Saline breast implants are certainly the safest choice if you don’t want natural breast enlargement. But keep in mind, they aren’t always safe though. Imagine the saline implant solution seeping out into your body. A little salt and little water. You can deal with that. Now think about silicone, inorganic chemicals, leaking and absorbing into you system. That’s the main debate of silicone vs. saline breast implants.
Take a look around
You will find another option: natural breast enhancement products. They provide promising results without the problems and the high cost of surgery. Don’t take my word for it. Look at what a lot of happy women who did it this way are saying.
Going through the surgical process
If you first talk with a surgeon about getting gel or saline inserts, you’ll be surprised at all the details. You’ll be asked how you want them placed and where you prefer to have the incision. You can choose to have them inserted under the chest muscle or on top. Having them put under the muscle can be more painful and increase your healing time.
Because most implant surgeries leave a scar that don’t go away, your doctor will try to help you choose a spot that’s not noticeable. Everyone heals differently, so depending on your own skin and how you treat you body (smoking, alcohol, etc); it can determine how well your scars will heal.
* Note some breast implants problems: infection, heavy bleeding and reactions to the anesthesia.