Breast augmentation is a popular cosmetic procedure that can enhance the appearance of the breasts through adjustment of size, shape, and contour.
Breast augmentation can help address many concerns that you may have with your breasts. With the help of Dr. George Chatson, you can get your desired breast size and shape in no time.
Breast augmentation is performed by making small incisions in the breasts and inserting either silicone or saline implants to get the breasts to their desired shape and size. When making a decision on which type of implant to use, it is important to know the differences between implants.
Silicone implants look and feel the most like natural breast tissue. They are also less susceptible to cosmetic imperfections like rippling and wrinkling. They are also lighter than saline implants, so there is less likelihood of sagging down the road.
Saline implants have some advantages as well. They require a smaller incision and are the only type of implant that is FDA-approved for people under the age of 22, down to 18.
What Are the Benefits of Breast Augmentation?
Breast augmentation comes with many benefits, such as:
Correct Asymmetry In the Breasts
Breast augmentation can help address any asymmetry that your breasts may be experiencing. By using implants, you can come out of the procedure with a symmetrical figure.
Enhance Shape and Size
With breast augmentation, you can get the look that you desire. You have control over the size, shape, and placement of the implants to make sure that you are happy with your results.
If you would like to change the appearance of your breasts, this procedure can help align your breast size, shape, and positioning with your ideal look.
Dr. George Chatson is a board-certified plastic surgeon who has decades of experience helping men and women in the Massachusetts area feel their very best. He takes pride in approaching each patient uniquely and offering a personalized experience.
If you are interested, call us at 978-528-1174 for our North Andover office and 978-687-1151 for our Nashua Office. You can also fill out our contact form here online to request a consultation.