Advances in Breast Augmentation

  Breast augmentation remains one of the most popular plastic surgeries to date. Around the world, hundreds of thousands of breast augmentations are performed annually and the popularity shows no signs of slowing down. At Annapolis Plastic Surgery, we are passionate about continuing to incorporate cutting-edge technologies and techniques in order to provide the best outcome possible for our patients. If you have ever considered breast augmentation surgery, continue reading to learn more about the highly customizable options that are available. Discovering what will work best for you will leave you with extraordinary results. It is important to choose the best implant option for you, but you must discuss with your doctor the results you are looking for with regards to as size, shape, and how much or how little lift you would like. Saline and silicone breast implants are both FDA approved. If you are looking to make breasts appear fuller, round breast implants may be right for you. They are the same shape the entire way around and can achieve the most projection. Cohesive silicone gel is another breakthrough technology being used to create breast implants today. Though it is a strong silicone it still allows the implants to remain soft and natural feeling to the touch. As technology improves, surgical techniques improve as well. Plastic surgeons are developing an ever-increasing number of ways to perform breast augmentations. Innovations in surgery recently have greatly decreased post-surgical pain, allowed for more precise placement, and smaller incision lengths, as well as faster healing times. It is important to choose a board-certified plastic surgeon who uses the most up-to-date techniques and options, such as board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. James Chappell. If you are seeking to improve the size, shape, symmetry, projection, or proportion of your breasts, you may be a perfect candidate for breast augmentation at Annapolis Plastic Surgery. Contact us today to discuss your options with a board-certified plastic surgeon.