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Sacramento Breast Augmentation Surgeon Charles Perry, MD Discusses Silicone Implants on 2-Year Anniversary of FDA Approval
Date:2/11/2009

Two years ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave formal approval for the marketing of silicone breast implants for use in breast reconstruction surgeries for patients of all ages and breast augmentation procedures for patients over the age of 22. One Sacramento, California cosmetic plastic surgeon offers his views on the safety and effectiveness of silicone implants.

(Vocus) February 11, 2009 -- Much has been written and discussed about the safety of silicone breast implants. After the U. S. Food and Drug Administration decided to pull the implants from the market in 1992 until further study of their effects could be completed, an exhaustive and thorough series of patient studies were implemented. In 2006, silicone implants were approved by the FDA, and put back on the market. Since it’s now been two years since silicone implants have been widely available for breast augmentation surgeries in patients age 22 and older, Sacramento, California cosmetic plastic surgeon Charles Perry, MD says he’s seen quite a leap in the amount of requests for the implants at his office.

“Silicone implants feel a bit softer and will conform to the shape of the natural breast. We have found that while many women are extremely happy with their saline breast implants, more and more are switching to silicone for the enhanced feeling and to avoid the visible rippling often seen with saline implants.”

Although Dr. Perry has seen a sharp rise in patients visiting his Sacramento breast enlargement practice who either choose silicone breast impla
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