For many years now there have only been three silicone and saline implant manufacturers in the United States: Mentor, Allergan (sold as Naturelle), and Sientra. Each implant has been rigorously evaluated by the FDA and found to be safe and effective, but all come with the same risks of potential capsular contracture, palpability and rippling. The decision which brand of implant is much less important than the surgeon who inserts them.
A Saline Implant With No Silent Rupture Risk
Recently another implant has come on the scene. The Ideal Implant is a saline implant which is designed to function more like a silicone implant (less rippling), but with all the advantages of saline implants. The shell is made from the same material, and the saline inside is also the same. The implant has multiple internal shells which act like a “wave less waterbed” to minimize rippling. Because it does cost more than a traditional saline implant, I only recommend Ideal implants for patients who are very thin and more likely to experience rippling. I have been using this implant for a few years, and am very pleased with the outcomes. At the present time, we are the only practice in the Madison area offering this implant.
WHY COMPROMISE? CHOOSE A NATURAL FEEL AND YOUTHFUL SHAPE WITH THE SAFETY OF A SALINE IMPLANT.
Heather, a Practice Manager who works in the plastic surgery industry, discusses why she chose Ideal Implant over a traditional silicone or saline breast implants and how confident and happy she is with her choice.
IDEAL SALINE IMPLANT CLINICAL ADVANTAGES
- Lower rupture rate
- Lower capsule contracture rate
- Higher rupture strength
- Smaller incision
- Easy to remove
IDEAL SALINE IMPLANT FILLER ADVANTAGES
- Only saline inside for peace of mind
- Safety of saline, harmlessly absorbed by the body
- Look in the mirror and know implants are intact
IDEAL SALINE IMPLANT RUPTURE ADVANTAGES
- Lower rupture rate
- No risk of silicone gel in tissues
- No MRI scans needed to detect ruptures
- No silent ruptures
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