New “Gummy Bear Implants” Article

New “Gummy Bear Implants”




Gummy Bear Implants– Finally, after 7 years, and a study that included almost 1,000 women, the Food and Drug Administration has approved the 410 Highly Cohesive Anatomically Shaped Silicone-Gel Filled Breast Implant approved for adults ages 22 years and older, and for post cancer breast reconstructive surgery. For all women who desire large breasts. This is the best boob job in the market. The 410 implant, nicknamed the “Gummy Bear implants” by plastic surgeons due to the feel and consistency while outside of the body, is the latest advancement of silicone implants that provide a more natural “tear-drop” look compared to other options. Making them look like natural boobs, voluptuous breasts. The 410 implants are considered a firm option due to cross-linking in the silicone gel to give you the most beautiful breasts. Although there are pros and cons to any implant, the 410 implants have been available for years in other countries. Women like the more natural result of the 410 implants and that they are less prone to developing wrinkles and visible edges. However, for some, the downside is added firmness. The 410 implant is not necessarily a better product than other implants, they are merely a new option, with a more natural texture and appearance. Like other implants, the new 410 implants will not last a lifetime and will require future surgery. The most important thing, in any surgery, is to be treated by a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. Dr. Siamak Agha of Plastic Surgery Body Contouring Center is one of the few plastic surgeons who now offers the “Gummy Bear implants”. Click Here to view our Breast implants before and after Gallery.

Your selected plastic surgeon in Newport Beach, Orange County, Dr. Siamak Agha is:

  • Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
  • An active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
  • An active member of the Orange County Society of Plastic Surgeons.
  • A fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
  • Trained specifically in plastic surgery.
  • Associated only with accredited medical facilities.
  • Compliant with a strict code of ethics.
  • Committed to continuing medical education, including patient safety techniques.
  • Your partner in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery.