Gummi Bear Implants – Why they May be the Best Choice for You

Gummi Bear Implants for Patients in Lutz, Carrollwood, Clearwater, Wesley Chapel, and Other Surrounding Communities

Gummi bear implants, which are filled with a cohesive silicone gel, are commonly referred to as such because the texture of the gel is similar to that of a gummy bear. The unique gel filling contains a component that helps the molecules bind to one another, so that the implants maintain uniformity and won’t leak into the body in the rare instance of an implant rupture. Because of this, gummy bear implants are believed to provide a much more natural look and feel to the breasts than other implants, and have become extremely popular among both patients and plastic surgeons.

At the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, plastic surgeon Dr. John Roach has used gummi bear implants for countless breast augmentation procedures. When you visit Dr. Roach for your breast augmentation consultation, he can fully explain the benefits, as well as any disadvantages, of gummy bear implants. He will also ask you questions about your health history, examine the current state of your breasts, and learn more about your expectations for your breast enhancement. Using his in-depth knowledge and expertise, Dr. Roach can determine whether gummy bear implants are the best choice for you, or if another type of implant may more effectively meet your needs. Women from Clearwater, Lutz, Tampa, Trinity, and elsewhere throughout Florida have turned to Dr. Roach for breast enhancement, as he is a highly experienced and esteemed breast surgeon. He often uses Mentor ® implants, which are some of the most popular cohesive gel implants available. Dr. Roach can help you decide whether Mentor ® breast implants are right for you.

To schedule a breast augmentation consultation with Dr. Roach, or to learn more about gummi bear breast implants, contact the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery today. We’re happy to speak with patients from New Tampa, Palm Habor, New Port Richey, and other Florida communities.

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