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SubMammary vs SubAreolar


Sub-Mammary (Sub-mammary fold): It is the most popular approach, and usually the best choice. Gives direct access to the pocket, with minimum trauma to the surrounding tissues. It is well hidden inside the natural breast crease. Heals with leaving minimum scar.

Peri-Areolar: On the lower half of the areola boarder. Ideal when an augmentation is combined with a "donut" breast lift. Not indicated when the areola has no well defined boarder. The incision needs to transverse the breast tissue in order to reach deep behind it for the implant placement (small breast trauma). Small risk of germs contamination of the implant from the breast flora.


300cc vs 375cc


Every implant has width, projection and volume, that define the overall shape.

The doctor makes makes measurements on the patients chest and breast.

These measurements define the ideal range of implants that perfectly fit each patients body, individually.

At the end, a range of sizes and implants are presented to the patient. This way we make sure, all choices will have a perfectly natural result.

Then the patient picks according her desires, from smaller to large, within a range that will guarantee natural results. This means that a small implant for one patient, may be a big implant for someone else's body measurements...


Implant choice is a co-decision between doctor and patient after a body physical examination and patients desires are fully comprehended.


January 14, 2017


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Round vs Anatomical


Round Implant: Are usually softer. They change shape in a natural way with body movement and posture. Ideal for patients with small and medium sized breast.

Anatomical Implants: The are harder and firmer in order to preserve their shape. Less natural movement with change of postures. Risk of implant rotation (change of implant direction) in the future. Indicated for patients that have very small breast and no shape.

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Over vs Under


Pocket placement can affect the final result and has a role to potential aesthetic complications. 

Over the muscle: When the implant is placed under the breast gland and sits over the pectoralis major muscle. It is the natural place for the implant. Allows the formation of a tight boost and nice fill of the inner pole of the breast. Allows natural movement of the implants, gives softer breast fill. Allows natural ptosis of the breast and implant as one unit. It is indicated when the overlying skin and breast tissue are thick enough to give good implant cover (otherwise implant ripples and dimples may be visible).

Under the muscle: When the implant is placed deep under both the breast gland and the pectoralis major muscle, giving extra cover on the upper pole of the implant. Creates more natural and discrete upper pole (sliding upper breast boarder). Ideal for small and medium size implants when patients want natural results. Indicated for thin patients with thin skin and very small breast. Slightly longer recovery period. May cause breast implant movement when the muscle contracts (animation). 


3D multi-simulation


With the help of images and 3D technology, we scan your body and simulate your final augmentation results.

You may see your new body, "trying on" different sizes or different brands and types of implants (round or anatomical) and see what looks best on you! 

We can also simulate different surgical techniques (under the muscle, over the muscle etc.) so you may better comprehend their effect on the final result.


What would be the difference between 300cc or 400cc?

Do anatomical implants look better on me?

Should I choose to place the implants under the muscle, and why?

See the accurately simulated results on your own body and make a confident decision!


Try Crisalix 3D during your breast augmentation consultation.

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