There is a new style of breast implants on the market. The interesting thing about this style is that they have been designed to address the common major issues of traditional styles such as ruptures and contraction.
Breast Implants and Enlargement has been dated back to 1890. The original procedure involved injecting paraffin directly into the breast. In the 1920′s paraffin was replaced with fat from other parts of the body. Then during the time of WWII silicon was discovered and ladies of the night began to have silicon put directly into the breast. Later in the 1950′s, silicon impregnated sponges were placed in the breast. In 1961 the very first implant was introduced, made from silicon.
The silicon breast implant was not designed to last forever. There has always been a limit to the amount of time that it can stay in the body before it needs to be removed and replaced. However, there have been cases of the implants dissolving, leaking, rupturing and contracting before their expiration date. This has been a common concern for both patients and doctors.
When silicone implants rupture, common side effects are decreased or uneven breast size, pain, tingling, hard knots, burning, and increased swelling. Sometimes however, no side effects are experienced and this can lead to other complications.
With trends in breast surgeries increasing, Cereform decided to look into a new way to manufacture breast implants. Cereform realized that “Women are more and more willing to have a natural augmentation.” Many women find a natural appearance to be more important than size or lift. With that in mind, many surgeons have started placing the implant under the muscle instead of under the gland.
Silicone implants have become the more common choice for women because of the natural appearance that they give, especially when compared to Saline. Silicone is also a safer material.
“The most important issue for breast implants as with every medical implant is biocompatibility. In aesthetic breast surgery there is always a small risk of capsular formation, a so called hostile reaction of the native tissue with scar formation around the implant.”
The texture of Cereform’s implants was designed to overcome all of the issues with its predecessors by changing the texture. “Our implants are textured by automotive ways and it is the combination of texturation and different layers of Cereform implants that makes it innovative.”