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FDA Approves Memory Shape Silicone Implants
Date:9/6/2013

Miami, FL. (PRWEB) September 06, 2013

The decision to have plastic surgery is a huge commitment to make. Many people think about their options for a long time before making any firm choices. The desire is usually there, but many people can become concerned about the cost, and the painful procedures. However, the majority of people who have had a plastic surgery procedure done say that it has fundamentally changed their life. Two of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures that people want to have done, are breast augmentation surgery and rhinoplasty. Many women suffer for years with breasts that they are unsatisfied with. It is often completely liberating to them when they get breast augmentation surgery done, and they can start to enjoy life with fuller breasts. Similarly, people who have spent most of their life feeling unhappy with their noses, often find that a nose job gives them a new lease of life. People searching for breast augmentation or nose job in Miami are likely to come across ARC Plastic Surgery.

ARC Plastic Surgery, the plastic and reconstructive surgery of Dr. Jeremy White - a leading cosmetic surgeon in Miami, announces new FDA approval of Memory Shape Implants. Finding the best and most suitable material for breast implants, that is also completely safe, has been a long and complex research process. Many manufacturers have tried and tested different materials, and there have been successes and failures along the way. It can be a drawn out process because there can be a considerable waiting time before it is know whether the material will cause any problems in the long term. There are several common complaints from women who have had breast surgery. These include wrinkling or rippling of the skin, asymmetry of the breasts, and capsular contracture.

Experimentation with different types of materials has led to different results. But one of the most popular materials to gain FDA approval this year is the Memory Shape silicon gel. Many women have reported very satisfactory results from this gel and it is gaining popularity over saline. It holds the shape of the breast well and has been reported to feel more like natural breast tissue compared to saline implants. The FDA approval is for use of Memory Shape implants in breast augmentation for women aged 22 and over, and for breast reconstruction for women of all ages. As well as breast surgery, Dr. Jeremy White is an expert in rhinoplasty in Miami. People searching for a plastic surgery in Miami on the internet will often find ARC Plastic Surgery on top of search results, that is due to the fact that satisfied patients consistently praise Dr. Jeremy White’s practice for great service and excellent results.    

About ARC Plastic Surgery:

ARC Plastic Surgery is a leading clinic for cosmetic surgery in Miami. It is the practice of Dr. Jeremy White who specializes in rhinoplasty, abdominoplasty, and blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) among other procedures. For more information and to schedule a free consultation, call 305-501-2000 or visit arcplasticsurgeons.com

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