When it comes to cosmetic surgery, breast augmentation has long been one of the most popular procedures. However, over the years this procedure has evolved significantly, now offering more advanced options and more natural results than ever before. In this article, we’ll explore the latest advances in modern breast augmentation, including ergonomix 1 and 2 implants, the Mia technique, and composite breast augmentation.
Ergonomix 1 and 2 implants: the evolution of beauty
Breast implants have come a long way since they were first introduced. Ergonomix 1 and 2 implants are the latest advance in breast implants. They are designed to adapt perfectly to the natural shape of the breast, offering a very natural look and feel. These implants are filled with cohesive silicone gel, which means they retain their shape while moulding to the breast for a harmonious result. Whether you want a discreet breast augmentation or a bolder transformation, ergonomix implants offer a customised solution.
Mia: a less invasive approach
The need for a general anaesthetic, the presence of post-operative pain and recovery time are frequently among the major concerns of patients when it comes to breast augmentation. Fortunately, technological advances now make it possible to obtain exceptional results that are much less invasive than with more traditional breast augmentation. The Mia technique, short for Minimally Invasive Augmentation, is a less invasive method that significantly reduces surgery and recovery time, as well as potential pain. This approach uses small, strategically placed incisions to insert the implants, allowing patients to enjoy a faster recovery and more discreet results.
Composite breast augmentation: the perfect combination
Composite breast augmentation is an innovative approach that combines the placement of implants with the transfer of autologous fat. In certain specific cases, this technique makes it possible to obtain even more satisfactory results. This technique can be used, for example, to correct a slight asymmetry, to camouflage the implants in a very thin patient, or to enhance the cleavage in a patient whose breasts are naturally a little too wide apart. Composite breast augmentation offers a particularly natural result, and in some cases also allows you to benefit from liposuction of another area of the body that you would like to see improved during the same operation.
In a nutshell
Modern breast augmentation offers a range of options tailored to meet your individual needs and preferences. Whether you opt for ergonomix implants, the less invasive Mia technique or composite breast augmentation, the key to success is a consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon. The surgeon will discuss your aesthetic goals, your concerns and the best options for achieving your desired result. Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you achieve your modern breast augmentation goals.