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Round Textured High Cohesive

2656   £2348   $2996

Anatomical Textured High Cohesive

2837   £2508   $3200

Extra Large

5560   £4914   $6271

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Breast Implants | Breast Enlargement | Breast Augmentation | Breast Enhancement | Breast Increase | Augmentation Mammaplasty | Boob Job


Breast Implants Smooth Without doubt the most prolifically performed operation in Cosmetic Surgery, therefore it is also tightly controlled, is safe and highly satisfactory. We offer not only the aforementioned features but an exceptional medical and commercial philosophy in the field of breast augmentation.

Medical Philosophy


Medical Philosophy Our Plastic Surgeons use mammary implants which are fully approved officially, with every kind of guarantee, selecting from the top makes and models in order to choose the implant most suited to the measurements of the thorax, the characteristics of the breasts and the wishes of the patient. We avoid disproportionate results in terms of size and shape; we shun excessively high or hardened implants, rounded breasts or those that move with the contraction of the muscle. Our ideal is a breast that improves your shape and size, that satisfies the wish for improvement sustained by the patient, who is guided by the correct medical advice. We look for the most natural results, with anatomically shaped breasts, in perfect proportion to the other dimensions of the body. Our philosophy in terms of mammary enhancement is to obtain a natural looking breast that pleases the patient.

Indications


Indications Breast enlargement is not only applied to an underdeveloped breasts or mammary hypoplasia. Mammary implants can correct such anomalies as slightly low breasts, breasts with excess hanging skin following pregnancy and breast feeding, congenital defects like tuberous or tubular breasts or even consequences of previous operations. Patients requiring breast elevation must add breast augmentation to the Mastopexy they want. The repair of multioperated breasts lie within the Secondary or Revision Mammaplasty group of treatments.

Commercial Philosophy


Commercial Philosophy We are fully aware of the importance for a woman to feel feminine, both in her own personal being and in her world around her. That is why we have designed a product so that an enlargement to the bust can be within reach of any woman who needs one, irrespective of her financial possibilities. Finally, there is available to the general public the best offer of breast augmentation in terms of price/quality. Without compromising results or guarantees we allow any woman to have the possibility of seeing her dreams come true, without it representing an unviable economic outlay.

Augmentation Mammaplasty Technical Datasheet


Anesthetic  
total
Surgical time  
1 hour
Hospital stay  
day case
Proximity stay  
2 days
Postoperative pain  
4 (scale from 1 to 5)
Postoperative bandages  
1 week, then elastic brassiere for 4 weeks
Sick leave  
2 weeks
Complementary treatments  
infrequently massages
Cosmetic recovery  
1 month 60%, 3 months 80%, 6 months 90%, 12 months 100%
Scars  
around or inside the areola, alternatively under the breast; concealed

This information is indicative only and does not represent an obligation with customers. This technical datasheet is based in statistical means for large groups of patients, with the variability that implies. Medicine and Surgery are not exact Sciences so it is not possible to stablish the most suitable management for each individual case until the moment the Specialist can evaluate the patient. One medical and/or surgical process can't be predictable 100%, so our Medical Team could modify the management plan at any time, based on the requirements that could be considered as necessary.

Before & After


Breast Implants Features

Breast Implants Filler


Breast implants can be filled with silicone gel or with saline solution (body water), however the latest generation feature form-stable cross-linking molecular structure ultrcohesive gel filler.
 
xxxxxx Saline Filled: Their sole advantage is the biocompatibility and resorption of the filler in case of leakage, rupture or at the end of the prosthesis lifetime, since the serum filler is a fluid normally present in human body and therefore naturally resorbed with no issues; also the replacement procedure is simpler since the surgeon has to do little surgical toilet. Their multiple cons are the possibility of early deflation, the short lifetime compared with the silicone gel filled models and their likelihood to produce extreme rippling (visible and palpable wrinkling), coldness in the winter, bubbling (audible or felt) and water balloon touch feeling; on top of those downsides it is to mention that only round shape models are feasible with saline filler, adding a more fake look; all the former is more remarkable in slim or skinny patients and in those with scarce breast tissue to cover the prosthesis. The shell of these implants is made of silicone elastomer in all the cases, therefore silicone is always present in contact with breast tissues regardless the usage of saline or silicone inside. The saline filled breast implants are outdated and there is little justification for their use nowadays, being neatly outstripped by the latest generaion of cohesive and ultracohesive silicone gel filled implants.
 
xxxxxx Silicone Gel Filled: Silicone gel molecules may have different degrees of bonding between them; this is the so-called degree of cohesiveness. Ancient breast implants models were filled with non-cohesive viscous or fluid silicone and this led to different complications, specially rippling (visible and palpable wrinkling), leakage through the shell and dissemination of the silicone in case of rupture of the implant or at the end of its lifetime. Modern breast implants are filled with cohesive silicone gel in a variable degree of cohesiveness: low, medium, high and ultrahigh. The higher the cohesiveness the lesser the probabilities for the previously mentioned complications to appear. Silicone gel filled breast implants eradicate, prevent or reduce the complications traditionally associated with saline and liquid silicone gel filled implants, lengthening the lifetime of the prosthesis and especially avoiding early deflation, leakage and dissemination, minimizing rippling (visible and palpable wrinkling) and producing natural touch feeling; it is noticeable that stable-form implants allow the manufacturing of anatomical or teardrop shaped implants which lead to the most natural breast looks. Their unique disadvantage comes at the end of the prosthesis lifetime, requiring a deeper surgical toilet when they are bound to be renewed, though this is a safe routinary procedure that surgeons practice everyday worldwide and poses not especial technical challenge for them or inconvenience for the patient. They are breast implants for patients seeking the most optimal results, the highest safety, stability of the results and minimization of unwanted side effects, especially those models with ultrahigh cohesiveness also called ultracohesive gel fiiled implants.

Breast Implants Shell


Breast Implants Shell All models of breast implants have a shell made of silicone elastomer forming a 360º except those saline filled which feature a valve to be inflated. Modern breast implants incorporate an anti-leakage low bleed multiple layer barrier shell, being optimal those implants with specific manufacturer's technology proved to obtain long-term sealing of the filler and maximum extension of the prosthesis lifetime.

Breast Implants Surface


Breast implants surface can be smooth or textured (rough).
 
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Smooth Surface: The traditional breast implants surface is smooth. This kind of surface eases surgeon's work during the introduction of the prosthesis into the breast pocket, however these implants have higher rate of capsular contracture (hardening, displacement and visibility of the implant, sometimes disturbances or pain), are more likely to dislocate from their ideal location due to their poor fixation properties (bottom out, symmastia, tenting, excessive mobility, migration, malpositioning, etc.) and are typically associated with seroma cases (fluid accumulation around the implant that may produce swelling and disturbances). The smooth surfaced breast implants are outdated and there is little justification for their use nowadays, being neatly outstripped by the latest generaion of textured and macrotextured surface implants.
 
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Textured Surface: Modern breast implants incorporate texturization or rugosity at the outer surface with the aim of reducing the rate of capsular contracture (hardening, displacement and visibility of the implant, sometimes disturbances or pain); they also help to the attachment and adherence to the breast tissues therefore prevent dislocation of the prosthesis from their ideal placement (bottom out, symmastia, tenting, excessive mobility, migration, malpositioning, etc.); last but not least they minimize the likelihood of seroma occurrence (fluid accumulation around the implant that may produce swelling and disturbances). The rugosity can be of a variable degree from microtextured (low rugosity) to macrotextured (high rugosity or 3D); the higher the texturization the lesser the probabilities for the previously mentioned complications to appear. They are breast implants for patients seeking the most optimal results, the highest safety, stability of the results and minimization of unwanted side effects, especially those models with highest texturization at the surface also called macrotextured implants.
 
xxxxxx The latest generation of three-dimensional roughly textured silicone surfaces prevents the risk of capsular contracture and allow better adherence of the implants to patient's ribcage in order to minimize the occurrence of poor-fixation complications like bottoming out, symmastia, tenting, dislocation, excessive mobility, malpositioning, seroma, etc. However if the patient wishes to go one step further in safety and performance then the polyurethane-coated implants (also known as "furry Brazilians") are the choice, since the make a real bio velcro with the ribcage and patient's tissues, providing the world market's highest degree of adherence and the lowest rates of capsular contracture and the above mentioned poor-fixation complications, being specially indicated in all those revision cases which already had problems of bottoming out, symmastia, tenting, dislocation, excessive mobility, malpositioning, seroma, etc, as well as in those patients suffering anatomical issues making them prone to implants displacement like tuberous breasts, ex-obese patients or seeking large implant volumes, or those suffering conditions impairing their healing ability like malnutrition and anorexia, connective tissue and collagen diseases, diabetics, chronic corticoid consumers, heavy smokers, etc; in all these situations the polyurethane-coated implants do perform neatly superior.

Breast Implants Profile Shape


In order to simplify concepts can be said that there are two profile shape groups of breast implants, the spherical profile, also called round shaped, and other with anatomical profile, also called teardrop shaped. With both models patients can achieve excellent results, although current surgical trends and preferences of patients make it slightly more requested the anatomical profile. Nipple downwards both profiles have identical shape and provide the same breast effect, being the differences between their results visible in the upper half of the breast; these differences are more remarkable the more slim or skinny the patient is.
 
xxxxxx Spherical Profile: The traditional breast implants profile shape is round shaped. These prostheses are round shaped at their lower half and equally round at the upper part of the breast; their main disadvantages are their less natural results at the upper part of the breast, where they make a step fashion profile, and the shortage in filling that mammary upper pole and cleavage. Despite of their disadvantages they are still an acceptable though unpopular option suitable for those few patients who seek a more traditional or fake result.
 
xxxxxx Anatomical Profile: The modern breast implants profile shape is anatomical or so called teardrop shaped. These prostheses replicate the original structure of a natural breast, being round shaped at their lower half and differentially wedge shaped at the upper part of the breast and the cleavage where they form a lope without steps; their main advantages are their more natural results at the upper part of the breast and the fullness in filling that mammary upper pole and cleavage. They are breast implants for patients seeking the most natural and balanced results, especially those cases seeking large sizes, in need of full breast shape replacement (very small or hypoplastic breasts) or with specific shortage of breast tissue at the upper mammary pole; these are the prosthesis preferred by unanymous patients' choice.

Breast Implants Profile Height


LOW PROFILE
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HIGH PROFILE
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SAME VOLUME
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In order to simplify concepts can be said that there are two profile height groups of breast implants, the low profile, also called flat shaped, and other with high profile, also called prominent shaped. With both models patients can achieve excellent results.

This is not an absolute value in breast implants; it is rather a ratio between profile projection length (distance from the prosthesis rear side and the maximum projection point or peak of the implant) and width of the prosthesis base.

This means that, with the same base width, low profile implants projection is shorter (lower) than those of high profile; with such same base width high profile implants have longer projection (higher).

With equal base width low profile implants provide less projection and less breast size than high profile implants; with such same base width patients obtain with high profile implants larger breast size and longer projection than with low profile implants.

Low profile implants are therefore, in equal volume, wider and flatter than those of high profile; high profile implants, under equal volume comparison, are narrower and more prominent than low profile ones.

Two implants may have the same base width and be one of low profile and the other high profile, and in turn two implants may be the same projection length and have low and high profiles respectively.

Talking about low profile implants equates to discuss about broad-based implants; and talking about high profile implants equals to mention narrow base implants.

This explains the null importance of nominal volume (cc or ml) or weight (gr) of the implants at the time of their selection, since these parameters only indicate the amount of liquid or mass that can be inside the prosthesis, which give no indication of their suitability for individual patients, they would simply be nonspecific measures of gross amount. The critical selection of the ideal implant for each patient should be made on the basis of their dimensions (base width, profile height), not by weight or by volume.

There exist numerous intermediate profile height ratios between the lowest and the highest, with different names depending on the manufacturer concerned (flat, low, moderate, intermediate, high, extra-high, etc.), but always keeping this concept about the relationship between projection height and base width.

The lower profiles are best suited for situations where the implant will have on top a significant amount of glandular tissue (women with medium or large breasts) or due technical reasons a lot of tension is not desirable in the tissue, and so the implant must make room in the projection for the set to fit perfectly. They are also suitable for women with large breast width, which therefore need quite wide implants, and not seeking a too large breast size.

The higher profiles are preferable in cases which the implant will have on top small amounts of breast tissue (very small or hypoplastic breasts) and the prosthesis is aimed to replace the majority of missing breast volume. They are also adequate for women with small breast width, which therefore need quite narrow implants, and seeking a quite large breast size.

Breast Implants Anatomical Location


Several surgical techniques have been developed regarding the anatomical plane where breast implants are placed.
 
xxxxxx Total Submuscular: The pectoral muscle fully wraps the breast implants. This technique is inadvisable because is likely to produce capsular contracture (hardening, displacement and visibility of the implant, sometimes disturbances or pain), upwards displacement of breast implants and dynamic mammary distortion also called elevator-breast.
 
xxxxxx Partial Submuscular: The breast implants are covered at their upper part by the pectoral muscle; the rest is under the gland. Its main disadvantages are its surgical aggressivity, the extreme postoperative pain, a long recovery period with higher chances of bleeding and the possibility of dynamic mammary distortions, though has low capsular contracture (hardening, displacement and visibility of the implant, sometimes disturbances or pain) rate and overally is an acceptable technique that might have very individual and particular indications. Despite being a quite safe and very popular technique worldwide, nowdays it is in decadence before other options.
 
xxxxxx Subfascial: The fascia (thin fibrous shell) that covers the pectoral muscle is lifted up to be used as wrapping structure for the breast implants. This technique is considered optimal in current surgical state-of-the art since allows suitable prevention of capsular contracture (hardening, displacement and visibility of the implant, sometimes disturbances or pain), avoids dynamic mammary distortion and reduces the likelihood of other complications, easing the recovery period to a short, much safe and almost pain-free stage.
 
xxxxxx Subglandular: Despite being a technique with low aggressivity it is inadvisable due to high rate of capsular contracture (hardening, displacement and visibility of the implant, sometimes disturbances or pain) and other issues with the breast implants.
 
xxxxxx Intraglandular: Strictly proscribed in practical use since the weight of the breast implants lies on the breast skin and gland therefore producing breast ptosis (drooping).

Breast Implants Insertion Scar


Several surgical techniques have been developed regarding the anatomical location of the incision where breast implants are introduced.
 
xxxxxx Areola: This technique is considered optimal in current surgical state-of-the art since allows meticulous surgical technique with low rate of complications, full access to all breast pocket areas and suitable insertion of breast implants, in addition to preservation of sensitivity. In the mid and long term the areola access and its varieties (periareolar, transareolar, omega, w, etc.) guarantees the patient total free will about any breast procedure or replacement. Areola incision is the first choice in all cases in which the anatomy makes it feasible.
 
xxxxxx Submammary: The incision placed at the submammary fold is a second level option with good performance, though inferior to the areola incision; should be reserved for those cases in which the areola incision is unfeasible.
 
xxxxxx Axillary: This technique is inadvisable due to high rate of sensitivity loss, malpositioning of breast implants, likelihood of postoperative complications and essentially for being a restrictive technique through a blind and practically unfeasible access.

Breast Implants Manufacturer


Nagor

Round Textured High Cohesive Anatomical Textured High Cohesive


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