Breasts enhancement surgery is a very popular procedure nowadays. There are so many women who wish to change either the size or shape of their breasts so that even the expenses do not stop them. The surgery presupposes breast implants as well as breast augmentation. There are other methods of breast enlargement; however, surgery is the most favored one. The procedure is simple: you will get sacs filled with saline implanted under your breast tissue.

This is safe and the most comfortable way breast enhancement surgery can offer for now. Silicone shell with saltwater inside is implanted through a small incision under breasts or within the armpit. In some cases the sacks can be implanted in the area of areola so that the incision was not seen.

Modern advancements in breast enhancement surgery have reached the level when incisions made are so small that your breast will never look like they undergone a surgery. A pocket, where a sack is placed, is made either under the pectoral muscle or the breast tissue. This is generally a not life-threatening operation; however, side effects can happen. Among them are rupture and deflation as well as asymmetry and visibility (especially if operation was not made highly professionally), and the like.

Apart from saltwater silicone sacks there also can be silicone sacks with silicone used in breast enhancement surgery. However, every country has got its own regulations on the account of usage of both materials.

One more option of breast enhancement surgery is the usage of string implants. This is a much rare option and it is generally used by those women who are obsessed with large size breasts. It is also very claimed in the sphere of adult entertainment.

Besides, breast enhancement surgery can now suggest another option - tissue engineered implant. It presupposes that some cell of a woman’s body are taken and then combined with a specially created material. In the result we get these very convenient implants that do not leak or lose their form or have any side-effects or drawbacks.