5 Things to Know about Adjustable Korean Breast Implants
If you’ve ever considered getting Asian breast augmentation but have no idea which size would look good on you – look no further, you might find your answer with an adjustable implant. If you haven’t the slightest clue what it is, read on!
What’s the Difference?
With an adjustable implant, a small port about half an inch in diameter is placed under the skin. If you’re afraid of getting too big a size on your first time, you can be rest assured – you can start out on one size, and if you change your mind, you can work your way up.
How is it done?
After a needle is inserted into the skin, saline solution is injected into the implant – with little to no pain involved. About six months after the operation, the ports are then removed.
Which to get, Silicone or Saline?
In general, there are two types of breast implants. Silicone implants will give a more natural appearance, but with younger folks, they seem to prefer the rounder, fuller-looking appearance that comes from saline implants. It all comes down to personal preference.
Will there be any scarring?
As with breast surgery in Korea, or in any other country will yield the same result – there will be some scarring involved and what the experts recommend for Asian breast augmentation is a careful placement of the incisions to minimize the appearance of scarring.
Are adjustable Korean breast implants for me?
Don’t know which size would look good on you right away? Then it might be for you! However, one thing to keep in mind is that with adjustable implants, they can only be further adjusted by 10% to 20% of their volume. So, if you chose to start off with a B cup, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll be able to switch to a triple D afterwards. We recommend making an informed decision by reading up on the required before and after-care as well as other miscellaneous details, but that aside, go for your life!