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    Breast Implants Ipswich, Suffolk

    At Suffolk Breast Practice, we use high-quality breast implants in Ipswich, Suffolk, to ensure you receive the best treatment possible. Many women opt for breast implants when they want a breast enlargement or a fuller look.

    The breast implants we use adhere to the strictest industry-leading standards, containing a medical-grade silicone shell filled with either a silicone gel or saline solution.

    It results in a safe implant with a beautiful shape tailored to your body and individual expectations. Choosing the best breast implants for you is important, so we’re here to provide you with all the information and guidance you need to start your body transformation experience.

    We’ll cover some of the most commonly asked questions about breast implants in Ipswich, Suffolk, including what they are, how long they last and the types of breast implants available.

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    Breast Implant Surgery

    Many people choose to undergo breast implant surgery in Ipswich, Suffolk, to

    • Enlarge breasts
    • Lift breasts
    • Improve Symmetry
    • Provide more volume and fullness
    • Change the appearance for anyone unhappy with their breasts

    Your breast implant surgery in Ipswich, Suffolk, will take place under general anaesthetic and take approximately 1 hour. In most cases, you will be seen as a day patient and allowed home the same day. You can normally return to work in around 1 week and full recovery takes up to 6 weeks, although the recovery journey will be different for everyone.

    Types of Breast Implant

    There are two main types of breast implant: silicone and saline. Both types have a silicone shell but the filling is different.

    • Saline breast implants are filled with sterile salt water and are generally smaller and firmer than silicone implants. In the unlikely event your saline breast implants leak, the salt water is absorbed into the body and should not cause any pain.
    • Silicone breast implants are filled with a silicone gel, which is softer and provides a more natural feel and look than silicone. They are also the more expensive option. However, there are potentially greater risks of breast pain and other symptoms should they leak.

    The best breast implant for you will depend on several factors. Our expert surgeon will have in-depth discussions with you to establish the best way to achieve your desired look. You may also choose to use our revolutionary technology to preview your new appearance in 3D with Crisalix.

    This allows you to view how your new implants will look from the comfort of your own home. If you choose to use this, we will discuss the details and scan you for your 3D imaging at your consultation appointment.

    How Long Do Breast Implants Last?
    Breast implants won’t last a lifetime, but they are a long-term solution. You should expect to replace them every 10 years or so to lower the risk of rupture from general wear and tear.

    It’s vital to look after your implants after surgery, which is why we include comprehensive aftercare in the price.

    It’s normal for your breasts to feel different after having implants, so please ensure you attend your regular checkups to allow us to monitor your implants. We want you to be as happy with the finished results as we are.

    In some cases, complications can arise which means you need replacement breast implants sooner than expected. If you have any concerns, our experienced and professional team is on hand to help.

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    We pride ourselves on transforming lives with our boob implants in Ipswich, Suffolk. Your well-being is at the heart of what we do, from your initial consultation all the way through to a successful recovery. Read our guide on questions to ask before breast surgery to find out more about preparing for your consultation.

    To discuss your individual needs with one of our experts, get in touch today. You can also find out more about Crisalix, our pioneering 3D technology that allows you to preview your dream appearance.

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    • What Type of Implants do you use and Will They Last Forever?

      The implants we use are either saline or silicone, and adhere strictly to the industry standards. Both implants use a medical-grade silicone shell filled with either silicone gel or a saline solution. 

      Whilst implants do not last forever, they’re an excellent long-term solution. Typically, implants need replacing every 10 years or so. This lowers the risk of rupture. Your aftercare will help you to make your implants last as long as possible.

    • Are There any Reasons I Would not be Able to get Breast Implants?

      It’s important that you’re in good physical health. You would not be able to get breast implants if you have any active infections, serious illnesses or untreated cancer, Your surgeon will be able to discuss your medical issues with you and advise you for or against breast implants.

      Having breast implants is a major surgery. It’s important to weigh up if your lifestyle will fit around the procedure.

    • How is the size of breast implants determined?

      The standard breast implant sizes are between 300 and 500 cc. Breast plants are measured in volume instead of cup sizes, but we can convert your preferred cup size into the correct measurement. However, the size depends on a number of factors discussed in your consultation.

    • What is the difference between over-the-muscle and under-the-muscle placement of implants?

      Sub-muscular (underneath the muscle) is the more popular choice because it provides a natural look and feel. Whereas, sub-glandular (above the muscle) has an easier recovery, but won’t look as big. Read our article to discover more about breast implants.

    • Can breast implants affect mammograms?

      Yes, breast implants affect the efficiency of mammograms. X-rays cannot see directly through your implants, so we may need to take several for best results.

    Contact us today to discuss how we can guide you through your breast surgery options.

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