Natrelle Gel Breast Implants
If you are considering breast augmentation with Natrelle® silicone gel breast implants, you and your plastic surgeon at Hedden & Gunn Plastic Surgery can choose from different sizes of round or anatomically shaped profiles.
Choosing the right breast implant depends on a number of important factors, including your body type, breast tissue characteristics and individual preferences. Natrelle offers a wide selection of options in breast implants, both round and shaped, to enable you to meet your goals for breast augmentation.
Natrelle Round Silicone Gel Breast Implants
Natrelle's round silicone-filled breast implants provide you with more options. For a similar base width, you can choose from moderate, moderate-plus, high and extra-high profiles that are designed to give the upper breast contour a fuller appearance. The silicone gel extra-high profile breast implant provides a choice for women who desire additional projection.
The outer shell of Natrelle silicone gel breast implants is available with a smooth surface or the patented Biocell textured option.
Natrelle 410 Shaped Silicone Gel Breast Implants
Natrelle's new 410 Shaped Gel anatomically shaped silicone-filled breast implants are an alternative to round implants that are true to the shape of a woman's breast. The gradually tapered slope is designed to mirror a woman's real silhouette for a shape that lasts. The Natrelle 410 has 96.5% satisfaction rate at 7 years in primary breast augmentation patients.
Just as important as its shape, the Natrelle 410 is designed to feel soft to the touch. This new advancement in breast implants gives you both the look and the natural feel that you expect.
Natrelle 410 breast implants maintain their original shape and fullness over time. The highly-cohesive gel is engineered to resist rippling, stays in place and has no observed gel migration in ruptured implants through 7 years.
The rate of capsular contracture with the Natrelle 410 was found to be 69% lower than Natrelle Round Silicone Implants at 6 years. Capsular contracture, when scar tissue tightens around a breast implant and causes it to harden, is one of the main causes of reoperation.