Breast Augmentations are very popular, and many woman choose to have Breast Implants, Back in February of 2013, the FDA approved the use of Natrelle 410 breast implants. These highly cohesive and anatomically shaped implants are filled with silicone and shaped more in line with a woman’s body and are not round. But are they right for you?
Breast Implants: Natrelle 410
These breast implants are for women who are at least 22 years of age to increase the size or correct the shape of breast tissue. They are also allowed in the breast reconstruction cases where there is a need to replace the breast tissue with implants. These implants are made to either lie just beneath the tissue, underneath the chest muscle, or on the top of the chest muscle. Your surgeon will be able to explain the differences between the placement and how it may or may not affect the cosmetic appearance of the breast implant.
The Implant Differences and Similarities
The Natrelle 410 implants are silicone implants, which are the same as other silicone implants. However, there are firmer than other styles of implants and are termed “highly cohesive” to show this firmness. The clear silicone is shaped in a more anatomical form than previous round implants. Round implants may give off a balloon-like appearance while these are more in line with how traditional breasts are shaped. The Natrelle 410 breast implants come in several shapes and sizes. You’ll be able to choose which of these sizes and shapes best suit your potential goal.
Natrelle Side Effects: Side effects that may come from having the implants may include:
- Breast soreness or pain
- Scar tissue
- Long healing
- Tightness of chest area
Many of the side effects that may occur with Natrelle 410 implants are the same side effects that can occur with any breast implant. However, if you are concerned about any of these, talk it over with your surgeon. Always keep open and honest communication between you and your surgeon.
All in all, a good talk with your surgeon can let you know if the Natrelle 410 implants are right for your needs. Go over any questions you may have so that you can make an informed decision on which implants will get you closer to your breast goals.Tweet