Looking for a more natural option for breast augmentation?September 12, 2022
How big do you want your breasts to be? How high do you want them to sit on your chest? Breast augmentation, commonly known as breast implants, can help you achieve these goals and many more. In this article, we’ll discuss why gummy bear breast implants may be right for you and will also help you understand how they can transform your shape in no time! If you’re ready to learn more about how breast augmentation can benefit you and help you achieve your goals, keep reading!
What is breast augmentation?
Breast augmentation is an operation that helps women with small breasts feel better about themselves by making their breasts appear larger and fuller. Many different procedures can be done to help women achieve this, including areolar incision, inframammary incision, periareolar incision, saline implants, silicone implants, transaxillary implants, and transumbilical implantation. This operation usually takes about one hour and the recovery time lasts about six weeks.
How They’re The Same
Both gummy bear implants and silicone implants are made from a silicone outer shell with gel inside. The body absorbs the gel and turns it into scar tissue but doesn’t have this reaction to the hard outer surface of either implant. While they are both composed of silicone, they are different because gummy bears have an additional outer layer of soft, medical-grade silicon that naturally settles in creases and wrinkles where breasts naturally fold.
Benefits of Breast Augmentation
The benefits of getting breast augmentation with subpectoral implants are great. These silicone implants can look and feel more natural than traditional implantation procedures, and it takes less time to recover from the surgery. Additionally, insurance companies often cover Subpectoral Breast Augmentation so that it can cost much less than other enhancement options.
Questions To Ask Before Choosing A Surgeon
What is your experience with placing gummy bear implants? How many surgeries do you perform each year, and how often do you perform breast augmentations using gummy bears? Are there any risks to using gummy bears as implants (for example, could they become displaced)? What are your thoughts on other forms of implantable material like saline or silicone gel? Do I need to take special precautions before and after surgery when using gummy bears versus implantable materials?
Preparing For Surgery And Recovery
Preparation is key to recovery. Taking care of yourself and your body before, during, and after surgery is essential. If it’s been a while since your last surgery, don’t hesitate to reach out to your surgeon or someone in the office who is available 24/7 to answer any questions. We want all of our patients to feel comfortable and confident about their upcoming procedure- and we know it helps if you’re prepared beforehand!
Read also: How Can Menopause Cause Nausea?
Can I Breastfeed After Breast Augmentation?
Gummy Bear Implants provide patients with high-quality, permanent breast augmentation results. These implants are silicone encapsulated and have no contact with body fluids. There is no concern about foreign body reactions. The only risk of rejection is if a person’s immune system begins to see the implant as an outside invader, in which case they would need surgery to remove it and replace it with another implant.
Gummy bear breast implants require significantly less downtime than traditional implant surgery.
Swelling and inflammation are typical after any surgical procedure, but these symptoms should subside within one to two weeks.
Cost Of Breast Augmentation Surgery
The average cost of breast augmentation is $3,000-$5,000. The price will vary based on different factors, including geography and hospital size. However, it’s important to note that just because something costs less doesn’t mean it will provide inferior results. For example, doctors who practice in certain parts of Asia charge about $1,500 for surgery. Doctors in Asia are also not as strict regarding pre-operative consultation, meaning patients often pay less upfront.