Breast

Breast Implants

Introduction

Breast implants can augment your breasts and make them appear more contoured, upright, and appealing. This procedure can also be done in conjunction with a breast lift to address problems such as drooping breasts, sagging skin, and displaced breasts.

Types of Breast Implants

Saline Breast Implants

Saline Breast Implants serve the same purpose as other implants, but they’re filled with sterile salt water. The shell is constructed out of a soft silicone material. If these implants rupture, the water leaks out, but the body absorbs it. It’s a safe and effective option.

Silicone Breast Implants

Silicone Breast Implants contain a thick and sticky substance known as silicone. It makes the breasts look and feel natural. These implants are ideal for women who are 22 years of age and older. They’re perfect for most types of breast reconstructive procedures.

Tear Drop Implants

Tear Drop Breast Implants contain cohesive silicone gel, and they come in a wide variety of tear drop shapes. They can be customised to suit the dimensions of a woman’s anatomy and are used to contour certain areas of the breast.

Breast Implant Surgery

Dr Choy uses different insertion techniques based on the type of implant that’s being used. Saline implants, for example, are inserted empty and then filled with sterile salt water after they’re put into place.

Breast Implant Removal

Dr Ellis Choy is experienced with the use of all types of implants. He uses the latest advancements in plastic surgery to deliver exceptional results. Dr Choy also offers breast implant removal as well as breast implant replacement for those who want different sized implants or those who’ve experienced an implant rupture. Pregnancy, weight gain, weight loss, and age can also change the appearance of breasts that are enhanced with implants. Corrective surgeries can address all these issues and leave you feeling satisfied and happy.

Thinking of altering the appearance of your breasts? Contact Dr Ellis Choy’s practice on 02 8962 9388 or complete the enquiry form to book a consultation.