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Latest Trend in Breast Augmentation



Are you considering getting a breast augmentation but aren’t sure what the latest trends are? Well, look no further! Breast augmentation is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures amongst women, especially in the United States.

The technologies and methodologies used for cosmetic breast augmentation have changed over time. These changes mainly depend on the current trends in the industry and on what works best for results-driven outcomes.

In this article, I will cover some of the latest trends in the plastic surgery practice of breast augmentation that you need to know before visiting your doctor’s office.

Gummy Bear Implants

Gummy bear implants are quickly becoming the latest trend in breast implant preference. This new silicone type of implant material is evolving rapidly, and it’s clear why so many women are turning to them for their breast operations. Gummy bear implants are made of a highly cohesive silicone gel that can provide a natural look and feel.

These silicone implants come in various shapes, sizes, and textures designed to give you the desired results. The outer layer of each gummy bear implant is relatively firm while the inner layers of this cohesive gel mold and move like your natural breast tissue. On top of that, they tend to stay in place better than regular silicone and saline breast implants, reducing the risk of ruptures or sagging over time.

The best part about gummy bear implants is they’re incredibly safe with far fewer risks compared to other types of breast augmentations. Since these implants are composed of strong coherent materials, they don’t need frequent touch-ups unless desired. Plus, you’ll be able to shower, exercise, and live your life without experiencing any uncomfortable side effects from your surgery.

From Supersized to Natural-Looking Breasts

Natural-looking breasts are becoming the current trend when it comes to breast augmentation. Women are seeking more natural-looking breast implants instead of larger implants, so they don’t look fake or overly exaggerated. There’s a growing preference for implant sizes that complement the body and look good when the patient is wearing clothing – versus an extreme size or shape.

The goal of these types of implants is to achieve proportions that mimic those of an average healthy woman and make them look natural. However, some women opt for larger sizes if they feel their breasts were too small, draining away confidence before the procedure. Ultimately, you should seek an experienced aesthetic surgeon who will custom-tailor a plan suited to your individual desires and expectations

Surgeons can now choose from different types of silicone and saline implants in various shapes and sizes. Textured breast implants may also be considered. They may also combine other surgical techniques or technologies such as fat grafting or stem cells with the augmentations to create desired effects like a lifted, rounder appearance on smaller breasts for better patient satisfaction. No matter what you choose, it should always be individualized!

Combination of Breast Lift and Breast Augmentation

Combination Breast Lift and Breast Augmentation is the latest trend in breast augmentation. This procedure combines a breast lift with augmentation, to give women the results they’re looking for: perkier, fuller, more symmetrical breasts.

The main benefit of combination breast lifts and augmentation is that it can give you an overall more natural look than if you had either procedure done separately. By using implants to add volume while also using a lift to create symmetry, your doctor can create an even, proportional look that will better fit your body type without looking artificially over-augmented.

In addition to creating symmetry, combining breast lifts and augmentation operations can help reduce scarring in comparison to having each procedure done separately. Since both procedures are done at the same time and depending on how extensive the cosmetic work needs to be, there may only be two incisions instead of four.

This innovative approach provides a lot of flexibility when it comes to achieving desired aesthetic results but still requires care after surgery as recommended by your plastic surgeon.

Health Comes First

When considering breast augmentation surgery, most people focus on the cosmetic aspects. But anyone who is interested in getting the surgery should also be aware of the risks involved. That’s why it’s so important to have a thorough consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon who understands all of the potential health implications and takes your individual health situation into account.

The most important thing when thinking about a breast augmentation procedure is to prioritize your own health and safety. Make sure you are in good physical shape before getting any type of surgery, not just one involving breasts. A full medical evaluation beforehand can help ensure that you don’t encounter any unexpected complications during or after the procedure; this will also rule out any existing medical conditions that could potentially make up an increased risk for you during or after surgery.

Additionally, opt for implants made of materials that are safe and FDA-approved, such as silicone instead of polypropylene string or saline-filled. As well as prioritizing your physical health, it’s essential to prioritize mental health as well by understanding all aspects of the procedure and doing research on both yourself and the surgical technique of the professional performing your operation. Doing this can help reduce the potential for psychological distress throughout (and afterward!) the process.

New Tools and Techniques Are Improving Outcomes

Outcomes in breast augmentation surgery are constantly improving thanks to the development of new tools and techniques. Doctors are using a variety of cutting-edge methods to provide more predictable results with fewer risks and better precision resulting in better patient satisfaction.

One particularly exciting development is The Motiva Implant System, which allows for high-precision adjustments during a surgical procedure. With traditional plastic surgery practice, surgeons could only make one adjustment per implant – but with the Motiva system, they can make multiple adjustments in-situ, resulting in a customized fit.

Another important innovation is the technique of fat transfer breast augmentation – that is, taking fat from another part of your body (typically the abdomen or thighs) and injecting it into your chest for a natural enhancement effect. This type of procedure results in far less scarring than implants alone, which often means less postoperative pain and faster recovery times.

Finally, postoperative care after breast augmentation has also become much more supportive and technological advances have made recovery much easier and quicker. From compression bras to computerized movement monitors worn after surgery to track a range of motion at home – there are now tools available that make the recovery even more comfortable (and thus enjoyable!).