When it comes to breast surgery, choosing the right implant profile can make all the difference. But with so many options out there, it can be hard to know where to start!
What is Breast Implant Profile?
First things first: what exactly is breast implant profile? In a nutshell, it refers to the projection of the implant from the chest wall. A higher profile implant will stick out more than a lower profile one, but the base diameter (or width) of the implant will stay the same.
The Different Types of Breast Implant Profile
There are four types of breast implant profiles: low, moderate, high, and extra high. Low profile implants have the least projection, while extra high profile implants have the most. Moderate profile implants fall somewhere in between.
Let’s look at how these different profiles stack up:
- Low Profile: This option is great for women who want a more subtle change in breast size. It’s also a good choice for those with a wider chest, as it can help create a more natural look.
- Moderate Profile: This profile is the most versatile and can work well for a variety of body types. It provides a good balance between projection and base diameter.
- High Profile: If you’re looking for a dramatic change in breast size, a high profile implant is the way to go. It’s also a good choice for women with a narrow chest, as it can help create a more rounded look.
- Extra High Profile: This provides an even more dramatic effect. But remember, if you want the big, fake look, you’re going to need to go with a high-volume implant. That is, to have enough diameter on your chest AND to stick out far enough – the implant is going to have to be a large volume (cc).
Choosing the right breast implant profile is an important decision, and one that should be made with the help of a qualified and experienced cosmetic practitioner. By understanding the differences between low, moderate, high, and extra high profile implants, you can make an informed choice that will help you achieve the look you want.
Why did the breast implant choose a high profile? Because it wanted to make a big impression!
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