Whether you desire an evenly-proportioned figure, want to increase your breast volume following pregnancy or weight loss, or wish your clothes fit well, everyone has their reasons for considering breast augmentation surgery. After performing over 4,000 successful Breast Augmentation procedures, Dr. John V. Williams at the Plastic Surgery Center of Baton Rouge in Baton Rouge and Alexandria, Louisiana, can help find the right type of breast implants for your unique body. If you’re thinking about Breast Augmentation, call or click to book an appointment with Dr. Williams today.
You may consider Breast Augmentation for several reasons. Some of the most common include the following:
Dr. Williams offers options for the implant size, type, and style as well as options for implant placement and incision location.
Dr. Williams understands that every woman’s body is different. Beginning in 2018, 3D Virtual Reality technology will be offered. This technology is unlike anything else to date and creates an environment where you can actually see yourself in three dimensions. This technology allows you to be placed in a virtual environment allowing you to see yourself and your breasts with different sizes and styles of implants and allow you to determine what's best for your body.
Dr. Williams offers saline- and silicone-filled breast implants.
Saline-filled breast implants contain a saline solution similar to the fluid in our bodies. Saline implants have the advantage of being adjustable, which is helpful if your breasts are different sizes. Dr. Williams inserts these implants empty and then fills them to the desired size.
Dr. Williams uses a smooth surface implant that allows for natural movement within the breast pocket.
He offers a variety of style options:
Dr. Williams’ incisions leave the smallest, least-noticeable scars. During your consultation, he explains the advantages and disadvantages of every incision option:
Recovery depends on you and size of the implants, with larger implants usually resulting in more pain after the procedure. You can return to work within the week.