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Breast Augmentation Kaufman County, Texas

Dr. Liland offers a range of breast implants for his Kaufman County breast augmentation patients so that they can achieve their ideal result.

3500 Oak Lawn Ave
Ste 160

What Are The Different Types Of Breast Implants?

The most frequently performed type of breast augmentation procedure is breast implant surgery. This procedure consists of making an incision, often below the breasts, so that a breast implant can be inserted either below or above the chest muscle. Then these incision lines are closed using dissolvable stitches and the patient needs to take a few weeks to recover from the procedure. Although the surgical process is very similar for all breast implant patients, the results of the surgery can drastically vary as the procedure is highly customizable. During your consultation, your surgeon will evaluate your goals and help to suggest the most suitable implants for your needs and body type. The size of the implant as well as the material, the projection, and the shape can all be decided by patients to ensure they achieve their ideal result. The three most common implant materials are:

Saline Implants

The surgical procedure for saline implants varies slightly as the implants are not pre-filled. This means that after the incision lines are made the silicone shell of the implant will be inserted into the breasts and then will be filled with a saltwater solution. These implants are cheaper than silicone implants and patients who are aged 18 to 21 can have these implants inserted as they are FDA approved for those over 18.

Silicone Implants

These implants are pre-filled with their silicone solution before they are inserted into the breasts. These implants are more expensive than saline implants but they have a more natural feel and so are the preferred choice for many patients. Patients must be over 22 to be able to have this surgery and should have breast screenings every few years to check to see whether the implants have ruptured. Unlike silicone implants, the breast implant does not deflate if there is a rupture as, unlike the saltwater, the silicone is not absorbed by the body so it can be difficult to know if the implant has ruptured.

Gummy Bear Implants

These are a type of silicone implant that are frequently chosen by patients as they have the most natural feel. Just like regular silicone implants, patients should have breast screenings every few years to see whether the implants have ruptured since the silicone will also not be absorbed by the body. These implants are more expensive than many other silicone implants and are also only FDA approved for those over 22 years of age but are a highly popular choice with patients.

How Much Is A Breast Augmentation In Kaufman County, Texas?

According to RealSelf, the average cost of breast augmentation surgery in the United States is over $6,500. However, this cost will significantly vary depending on the type of breast implant chosen, the location of your surgery, and the expertise of your surgeon. Additional costs such as hospital and anesthesia fees will also need to be paid and so the overall cost of the procedure can amount to far more than the figure given by RealSelf.

Most patients need to finance the entire procedure themselves as insurance providers very rarely cover the cost of breast implant surgery. Some insurance companies will help cover the costs of breast augmentation procedures that are undertaken to resolve issues or concerns that were the result of illness or disease. To see if you qualify for surgical financing you should contact your insurance provider to find out the details of your specific policy.

For more information on the factors which impact the price of a breast augmentation procedure as well as to receive advice on financing the surgery, you can read our blog ‘How Much Does A Breast Augmentation Cost In Dallas, Texas?‘ To find out the exact cost of the breast augmentation procedure you wish to undergo you should book a consultation with a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon so they can assess your goals and suggest the most suitable surgery.

Breast Augmentation Recovery

After a breast augmentation procedure patients will have bandages across their chest for around the first week. During this time patients will likely experience the most significant pain and side effects such as swelling, bruising, and some fluid leakage. A follow-up appointment will be made with your surgeon to have these bandages removed and any drains will be removed if they were inserted after the procedure. It is important that patients continue to wear supportive garments or a sports bra for several weeks or months after their surgery.

Patients should make sure to get plenty of rest, drink lots of water and not push themselves or try to rush their recovery. For further recovery information and aftercare tips you can read our blog ‘Aftercare Tips And Instructions For Breast Augmentation Patients In Dallas‘.

How Long Do Breast Implants Last?

Surgeons cannot guarantee how long their breast implants will last as it varies for each patient. There are some patients who have issues that cause their implants to only last a couple of years, while other patients have their implants in place for 20 years without issues. The average time an implant lasts for most patients is said to be around 10 to 15 years but there are various factors that can require implants to be removed sooner.

One of the main reasons that patients have their implants removed sooner than this is because they change their minds and decide to have them taken out. Some patients regret their implant choice and so desire to have their implants changed with either a new material, shape, or size. This is why it is important to spend time considering the implant type you desire and get advice from a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. Furthermore, some patients decide that they no longer desire their implants and so have them removed and not replaced.

Finally, there are some medical reasons that require patients to have their implants removed. For example, if an implant ruptures it will need to be removed and replaced. Either the implant will have deflated or the contents of the implant will have leaked into the breast and affect the appearance of the breasts. Capsular Contracture is another medical reason for implant removal. This is where a capsule forms around the implant, causing pain as well as aesthetic changes to the breasts which means the implants may need removing and replacing.

To achieve a fuller, more symmetrical bust line, time and time again patients choose breast augmentation with implants.

Here is a 25-34-year-old woman who underwent a Breast Augmentation with Silicone Implants.

State-Of-The-Art Surgery Center

All cosmetic procedures for our Kaufman County Plastic Surgery patients are performed in Dr. Liland’s Dallas surgery center which is fully accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF). This accreditation allows patients to know a surgery center has a strong commitment to the safety of their patients and complies with all the association’s strict requirements. Therefore, patients can ensure they will receive qualified, trained, and experienced support staff and anesthetists as well as clean, fully equipped operating rooms which contain necessary equipment for any emergency situations.

Additionally, the private surgery center contains state-of-the-art surgical suites, equipment, and facilities to ensure the best results can be achieved and all patients can have as comfortable and easy an experience as possible.

Dr. Liland has been performing a variety of cosmetic procedures for 30 years and is known for his high standard of patient care and his excellent bedside manner. Dr. Liland and the rest of the staff support their patients throughout the entire process from initial questions right through to the recovery. Many previous comments have spoken about the excellent level of support and care they have received from Dr. Liland and his team.

Contact Us

Patients interested in breast implant surgery should spend time considering the surgery and deciding what implants they desire. It is important to see a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon who specializes in breast surgeries so that they can have a professional assessment and receive expert advice. Dr. Liland is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon with 30 years of experience and who specializes in performing breast procedures including breast implant surgeries.

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Office Address

Open Hours:
Monday: 8am – 4:30pm
Tuesday: 8am – 4:30pm
Wednesday: 8am – 4:30pm
Thursday: 8am – 4:30pm
Friday: 8am – 4:30pm
Saturday: 10am – 2pm
Sunday: Closed

3500 Oak Lawn Ave
Ste 160
Dallas, TX 75219

Directions To The Office From Kaufman County

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“Wonderful experience and fantastic results with Dr. Liland and his staff. If I had known how easy and quick the recovery would be, I would have done it much sooner.”

N. Fatemian

Dr. Liland is a board-certified plastic surgeon. He has years of experience in cosmetic surgery and can provide a full range of procedures.

If you want to take the next step and learn more about your options, contact us online or call us. Dr. Liland will help you determine whether treatment is right for you and, if so, which solution best suits your needs.