breastCongratulations – you’ve made the decision to have a breast augmentation! This procedure is one of the most popular plastic surgery treatments in the country, and for good reason: a breast augmentation can help the majority of patients feel more confident with their newfound curves.

However, choosing to get your breasts done isn’t the only decision you’ll have to make. When it comes to undergoing breast augmentation, you’ll have to answer a pretty tough question:

Will you pick saline implants, or silicone implants?

Silicone vs. Saline: What You Need to Know

At Accent Plastic Surgery in Tupelo, Mississippi, founder and board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Craig can share valuable information that could make a big difference in your ultimate decision.

Here’s what he has to say about the saline vs. silicone debate:

  • Consider the warranty on your implants. The warranty on saline implants only covers the implant; however, the warranty on silicone implants covers the implant, as well as the cost of additional surgeries you might need to correct any implant issues.
  • If you’re looking for the most natural-feeling implants, you’ll want to choose silicone, as it has a more natural feel than saline.
  • Most patients choose silicone implants.

If you haven’t made your decision yet, Dr. Craig recommends choosing silicone implants as a safe and natural-looking option.

Breast Augmentation at Accent Plastic Surgery

 At Accent Plastic Surgery in Tupelo, Mississippi, Dr. Mark Craig can perform breast augmentation procedures for both silicone and saline implants.  Patients who want to choose silicone implants are in luck – for a limited time, patients who opt for silicone implants will receive a Botox treatment for themselves and a friend (a $1000 value!). 

If you’ve made the decision to undergo breast augmentation surgery, then schedule a consultation with Dr. Mark Craig at Accent Plastic Surgery in Tupelo, MS, today.  Dr. Craig can help you select the best implant size for you, as well as answer any questions you might have about the procedure. Call (662) 377 – 6290 for more information.