17 Riverside Street, Suite 105, Nashua, NH 03062
Now Accepting New Dermatology Patients

Ideal Implant New Hampshire

We are excited to be the first practice in New Hampshire to offer the IDEAL IMPLANT®!!

In 2006, a project was started to develop an ideal implant that would combine the natural result of a silicone gel implant and the safety of saline. That project is now fully realized, with the release and availability of the IDEAL IMPLANT®.

Silicone gel implants are the most popular in our practice because of the combination of great aesthetics and feel. At the same time, many women are not at ease with the fact that a slight rupture could remain undetected without an MRI scan. Because of this some women prefer saline implants despite a potential compromise in the way the breast feels after surgery.

We also believe that many women have been holding off on their procedures, waiting for the cosmetic industry to develop new saline-filled breast implants: ones that would give a natural appearance and tissue-like feel of the silicone gel implant without the wrinkling, bouncing and globular look of a saline implant.

We now have another option

IDEAL IMPLANT®

After years of research and testing, as well as consulting many women and plastic surgeons, we have accomplished a design of a saline-filled breast implant, now known as the IDEAL IMPLANT®.

  • Recently approved by the FDA
  • Lowered edges, allowing it to contour better to the breast wall
  • Designed to combine the best of both saline and silicone implants
  • The natural result of silicone with the safety of saline

Within the implant contains a series of additional implant shells that are nested together. The reasoning behind this new internal structure is to help control the saline movement, which will reduce bouncing and support the implant edges, minimizing wrinkling and preventing the collapse of the implant’s upper portion.

Dr. Waldman is the first provider in the state of New Hampshire to offer this exciting new option to patients seeking breast augmentation.

Link to Article in the New York Times

Link to article in the San Francisco Chronicle