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BREAST AUGMENTATION AND LIFTS EXPLAINED BREAST AUGMENTATION While breast lift surgery is primarily focused on repositioning and reshaping the breast, augmentation surgery involves inserting silicone or saline implants to increase the volume of the breasts. Augmentation surgery takes about one hour. The procedure begins with a small incision and the creation of a small pocket to hold each implant. After the implants have been placed and adjusted for ideal fit, the incisions are then closed. 10 | WWW.QUINNPLASTICSURGERY.COM

BREAST AUGMENTATION AND LIFTS EXPLAINED SALINE VS. SILICONE IMPLANTS Silicone and saline implants are both safe and provide a natural look. The type of implant that fits your needs will depend on your goals for size, shape, and feel. During your consultation, you will have the opportunity to try on and feel both types of implants. Both silicone and saline implants are FDA approved and safe. SALINE Saline implants do not come prefilled. The implants will be filled and adjusted after they have been inserted and placed. Saline implants are ideal for women wishing to improve symmetry. Saline implants are filled with a saltwater solution, similar to the body’s natural fluids. Saline has a slightly firmer feel than silicone. SILICONE Silicone implants come prefilled. Silicone implants are designed to provide a natural feel. Silicone implants are filled with silicone gel, which retains uniformity throughout the implant to give a feel that most resembles natural breast tissue. 11 | WWW.QUINNPLASTICSURGERY.COM

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