Shaped vs Round Silicone Breast Implants [video]

myths of breast augmentation

You can never explain the difference between shaped vs round silicone breast implants too many times! In fact, I created a YouTube video a couple years ago and when I watched it the other day, I realized how unnecessarily complicated I made it. So I’ve made a new one that you can see here or […]

Bustin’ out with shaped breast implants! [video]

Here in the United States, the most common type of breast augmentation is performed with round implants…but shaped breast implants are catching up! Regardless of what implant you choose, the same risks apply as you can read in this post. So the question is, why are more women choosing shaped breast implants? They tend to […]

Shaped Breast Implants

If you’re in the market for breast augmentation, you’ve probably read about shaped breast implants by now. As opposed to round implants, shaped breast implants have more of a tear-drop shape, that makes them potentially more natural appearing.       Often when patients come in for a breast augmentation consult, they say they want […]

FDA Approves New Shaped Breast Implant

I recently blogged about the various silicone implants available in the US and my blog post is already out of date!  In my post in December about silicone implants, we discussed the cohesiveness of the newest shaped breast implants – meaning, how cohesive the silicone inside the implant is and how that leads to safer, […]

Comparison of Mentor, Allergan and Sientra Breast Implant Cohesiveness

Before you see you doctor about breast implant surgery, read this first! There are several types of implants among 3 manufacturers currently in the US. So it can be confusing to know what you want.  Hopefully the information below will help you break things down. And before we get started, these are my opinions and […]

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