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Are you unhappy with the appearance of your breasts? Have you considered breast augmentation, but are unsure if breast implants are right for you? Dr. Jonathan Hall is a board-certified plastic surgeon that will help you understand your breast implant options and discuss the best fit for your body and personal goals.
Why Pursue Breast Surgery in Stoneham, MA
Many factors impact how your natural breasts in Stoneham, MA, look over time. Pregnancy, aging, and weight loss are common reasons why women lose breast volume. As the body fluctuates and changes, the size and shape of the breasts change too. On the other hand, some women feel they have always lacked breast fullness and have never been the size they desire. Others might deal with breast asymmetry, meaning their breasts developed unevenly and are noticeably different sizes. Whatever your reason for wanting breast surgery in Stoneham, MA, Dr. Hall has the skills and experience needed to help you restore, enhance, or regain the size of your breasts with implants.
Types of Breast Implants
It is important to understand your breast implant options before receiving breast surgery in Stoneham, MA. Every type of breast implant offers various benefits and some even come with a few drawbacks. Dr. Hall utilizes a variety of breast implant options, including the new IDEAL IMPLANT® Structured Breast Implants. He is part of an exclusive group of plastic surgeons eligible to offer this FDA-approved breast implant.
IDEAL IMPLANTS are designed to provide all the benefits women seek from silicone gel implants, without the worry of “silent rupture” following breast surgery in Stoneham, MA. Silicone gel breast implants are known for their natural feel and youthful look, yet come with an inescapable inherent risk of “silent rupture.” This occurs when an implant develops a hole or tear and the inside contents can come in contact with body tissues. Unlike implants filled with saline, a sterile saltwater solution the body can harmlessly absorb, silicone gel implants are filled with a sticky silicone gel substance that can extrude into the surrounding tissues of a woman’s body and must be surgically removed.
This type of implant complication is referred to as a “silent rupture” because it can go undetected for years without a woman knowing her implant needs to be removed. The only way to detect a “silent rupture” is through an MRI scan. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends all women with silicone gel implants receive an MRI the third year after their breast augmentation and every two years thereafter. This is not the case with saline implants or IDEAL IMPLANTS. A woman can simply look in the mirror to determine if her IDEAL IMPLANTS are intact. No expensive MRI scans are required. And while unstructured saline implants can completely deflate upon rupture, IDEAL IMPLANTS maintain some of their shape and volume due to their advanced internal structure.
IDEAL IMPLANTS are comprised of a series of implant shells nested together that hold two separate chambers filled with saline. This unique design not only helps to produce the look of natural breasts in Stoneham, MA, but it also eliminates many of the concerns women have about saline implants. Unstructured saline implants can make the skin wrinkle or ripple, lack an internal support system to control the movement of the saline filler, and can collapse when in an upright position. IDEAL IMPLANTS have an internal structure to reduce wrinkling or rippling, mitigate sloshing, and prevent collapse.
Results that Replicate Natural Breasts in Stoneham, MA
Dr. Hall recently performed breast surgery in Stoneham, MA on a mother of three in her late 30’s who wanted fuller breasts, yet the appearance of natural breasts in Stoneham, MA. Images below show before and after photos of her results. Dr. Hall described her experience:
“After reviewing the implant options, she decided upon the IDEAL IMPLANT Structured Breast Implants. She was happy to not need to worry about a silent rupture, and even happier to be able to purchase an enhanced warranty from an outside insurance company that she will be able to renew annually for life. The base-width of each breast is 11.85 cm, and the nipple to [inframammary fold] on stretch distance is 8.5 cm. She was sized in the office and liked 325/350, but felt that 375 was simply too full in her clothing. Our decision was for the IDEAL IMPLANT 335-375 cc that has a base-width of 11.4 cm, filled to a total volume of 350 cc. The implant has an empty volume of 52 cc, and the back/inner chamber is filled to 188 cc. The front/outer chamber was filled to 110 cc to give a total implant volume of 350 cc. Her implants were placed below the pectoralis muscle and through an inframammary incision. She is shown before and again, 4.5 months after surgery. She is thrilled with her fuller, but still natural look.”
Exceptional Care with Dr. Hall
Dr. Hall specializes in breast augmentation and works hard to ensure his patients are happy with their results. He has received many awards throughout his career and his widely recognized as a top medical specialist in the Boston area. He takes the time to understand your personal situation, and what you hope to accomplish from breast surgery in Stoneham, MA. He creates customized treatment plans for each one of his patients in order to address the individual needs of the men and women that seek his care. If you have questions or concerns, he will give you answers and comfort as you work together to discover the best choice for your body.
Considering breast implants in Stoneham, MA? Contact Dr. Hall today to discuss your options. Simply call 781-279-7930 or visit www.drjhall.com. Dr. Hall’s office is located at 92 Montvale Avenue, Suite 3300, Stoneham, MA 02180. Call today for more information on IDEAL IMPLANT® Structured Breast Implants.