If you have been considering breast augmentation surgery, you may be excited to learn about recent new developments in the technology for this procedure.
So what’s new in breast augmentation? Take a look:
Forget guessing how your implants will look: In previous years, patients had to essentially use their imaginations to guess how their bodies would look once they underwent breast augmentation. Consider those days a thing of the past – Pittman Plastic Surgery now uses 3D imaging for breast augmentation.
Vectra 3D technology takes a photo of your body and uses computer imagery to reimagine how your body will look with your desired implants. This technology gives patients a more accurate depiction of how their bodies will look, empowering both patient and plastic surgeon to make the best implant decision.
Silicone implants are new and improved: Silicone implants are known for their durability and natural feel, but they can come with the risk of rippling. A new type of silicone implant – Natrelle INSPIRA – uses silicone material, but features a patented barrier of protection to prevent leaking and rippling. This barrier allows the implant to be filled more efficiently, which significantly decreases the risk for rippling.
With new advances in breast implants and post-surgery imagery, it’s no wonder more people are finally feeling confident enough to undergo breast augmentation surgery.
Interested in learning more about what’s changed in the world of breast augmentation? To get the inside scoop and learn if you’re a good candidate for this surgical procedure, schedule your breast augmentation consultation at Pittman Plastic Surgery in Athens, GA. Pittman Plastic Surgery serves the Athens region.