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2014 May See New Breast Augmentation Innovations Approved by FDA

Breast augmentation has long been one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the country. The significant demand for this procedure has undoubtedly fueled the push in recent years to improve the technology used with breast augmentation procedures.

New types of breast implants that have recently been approved provide breast augmentation patients with more options than ever before. In 2013, the FDA approved two new breast implants for use in the United States – the Natrelle 410 and the Mentor Contour Profile Gel (CPG). Both of these breast implants are classified as “gummy bear implants.” They are made of a new type of cohesive silicone gel which holds its shape better than traditional silicone breast implant options while still providing a result that looks and feels very natural.

It seems like 2014 should offer several other new innovations to improve the options available to you. A new hybrid breast implant called Ideal Implant is poised to be approved by the FDA this year. Ideal Implant provides the natural look and feel of silicone breast implants with the safety benefits of saline implants. This new type of saline breast implant features lowered edges which will provide a better contour with your chest wall and a series of interior baffles which reduce the risk of rippling.

Dr. David Bottger is committed to providing his Philadelphia breast augmentation patients with the newest and most advanced options in order to deliver the beautiful, natural looking results you desire. Ask about some of these new innovations during your initial consultation.

If you are interested in breast augmentation, please contact Dr. David Bottger today to schedule your initial consultation. Dr. Bottger serves patients in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area.