Why do you put breast implants below the muscle? Frequently Asked Question Riverside CA

Why do you put breast implants below the muscle?

IN RIVERSIDE, CA

There is significant medical evidence demonstrating that breast implants have less chance for internal scarring (capsular contracture), look more natural and feel better if placed below the muscle. Most plastic surgeons feel that the breasts have a higher likelihood of staying softer longer when placed below the muscle. Likewise implants are separated from the milk producing glands, easier to examine the breasts and when mammograms are done the muscle is a natural separation plane between the muscle, the implant and breast tissue allowing the radiologist a better view of the breast tissue.

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In addition to Dr. Hardesty’s staff brings a high degree of skill to an array of surgical and non-surgical rejuvenation treatments. Patients rave about how deeply our team cares about their well-being. At Imagine Plastic Surgery your experience will reach beyond facial and body revitalization. You are becoming part of a unique family who places your welfare and satisfaction, first and foremost.

For over 30 years Dr. Hardesty, an award winning, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, has proudly served Riverside and San Bernardino counties of the Inland Empire, namely the communities of Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, Corona, Chino Hills and Redlands. Additionally, we are pleased that patients travel from throughout Southern California, including Beverly Hills and Newport Beach, as well as other areas of America. We welcome one and all to our family of superior aesthetic specialists!

What is the cost?

At Imagine Plastic Surgery, we offer a variety a different procedures that all vary in prices. We strive in being transparent to all potential patients and being up front with how much our services may cost. For more information regarding the costs and prices, visit our plastic surgery prices page!

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