Monarch Plastic Surgery Now Offering IDEAL IMPLANTS®

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery

Jun 5, 2018 3:38:55 PM

IDEAL IMPLANTS®now available at Monarch

The decision to choose between saline implants or silicone gel implants for a breast augmentation may be difficult to make for most women. Saline implants are known for being safe in the event of a rupture, because the saline can be naturally absorbed into the body. But silicone implants are favorable for a natural feel and youthful look. The good news? You no longer have to make this difficult decision. Monarch now offers the IDEAL IMPLANT®, a new third type of implant that is the perfect combination of the original two.

What is the IDEAL IMPLANT®?

A Structured Breast Implant that combines the benefits of saline and silicone gel implants without the drawbacks that concern women most: an unnatural feel and the risk of silent rupture. The IDEAL IMPLANT® Structured Breast Implant is filled with saline but has an internal structure to make it behave as if filled with silicone gel. The IDEAL IMPLANT®contains a series of nested shells that provide support to the edges and control fluid movement to prevent bouncing. The result is an implant that combines certain key features and benefits of both saline and silicone gel implants.


Like the saline implant, the filler is only saline, which women like for peace of mind in case of a rupture/deflation. Like the silicone gel implant, it has a natural feel, but without the risk of silent rupture and the need for FDA-recommended MRI scans — women can simply look in the mirror and know their implants are intact. In addition, clinical trial results at six years show the IDEAL IMPLANT®has a lower rate of capsule contracture and a lower rate of rupture than silicone gel or saline implants for primary augmentation.

Why the IDEAL?

You deserve to achieve your breast augmentation goals. Discover the results of the implant that combines the benefits of the silicone gel and saline implants by requesting a consultation with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons today:  

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