Breast implants have been around for several years, but we’re still discovering better technology and ways of performing this procedure. Let’s take a look at some of the latest breakthroughs and information.
At Watterson Plastic surgery, we are dedicated to providing you with the latest and safest care available. We make sure to familiarize ourselves with the most up-to-date information possible.
Some of these latest implant technologies include:
- Offering better breast contour customization
- Providing better implant matches for your desired size, volume, and shape
- Creating more control over some of the nuances of breast shape
- Giving greater longevity of results
- Offering better results with smaller incisions
- Providing higher standards of patient safety
In addition to incorporating the latest methods and technology into our technique, we also emphasize communication with you. During your breast augmentation consultation, Dr. Watterson will be glad to go over any possible options in detail with you. Depending on your goals and needs, he can recommend which type of implants will work the best for your body.
Other than types of implants, the techniques and emphasis of implants have changed over the years. In the past, many women wanted implants for the “wow factor” or bigger is better. Nowadays, we are much more focused on creating a natural look that’s proportionate to your figure. Make sure you tell us what your goals for your implants are and what look you’re trying to achieve in your consultation. We want you to be happy with your results.
While keeping up with the latest trends and technology is important, it’s equally as important to find yourself an experienced and skilled surgeon for your breast augmentation procedure. With years of experience and many satisfied patients, rest assured that you are in good hands with Dr. Watterson.
If you have specific questions about breast implants or you’d like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Watterson, give our office a call at 801-571-2020. We are conveniently located in Draper, UT.