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Breast Implants

Breast implants are medical devices implanted to enhance the shape and firmness of your breast, improve breast size or to restore a breast that has been disfigured or lost as a result of cancer or prior surgeries. The Breast Augmentation procedure enhances your appearance and give’s your self-confidence a boost.  A multitude of breast implant types, styles, shapes and sizes are available to achieve natural-looking results for nearly every woman’s body. Dr. Brad Bengtson offers silicone gel, saline filled and 410 cohesive gel “gummy bear” style implants.  The augmentation implants are rigorously tested for their safety and are all FDA-approved including the 410 cohesive gel “gummy bear” that was approved on February 20, 2013.  Dr. Brad Bengtson was one of a select few plastic surgeons to offer the gummy bear implants in the U.S.  Dr. Bengtson has patented the Cohesive Gel Implant Selector along with his co-developers Dr. Adams and Teitelbaum. As the lead investigator in the FDA-approved study for the Allergan Natrelle™ 410 Silicone Breast Implant, Dr. Bengtson has the privilege to have the largest single surgeon augmentation patient group with the Style 410 in the U.S. and has been integrally involved in developing the surgeon educational curriculum for Allergan for the launch of the device. Dr. Bengtson is a National Leader in some of the most innovative and interesting research, new technology and hot topics in plastic surgery today, and has lectured nationally and internationally on the successful use of the 410 educating other plastic surgeons on the nuances of the device.   Patients should know that the 410 implant is not for everyone and you should seek out an educated plastic surgeon that has extensive experience with this implant.  Call Dr. Bengtson today to see if this implant is right for you!

View Dr. Bengtson’s patient breast augmentation before and after photo’s here.


Intentional cutting of a Style 410 “Gummy Bear” Implant


Intentional cutting of a standard gel implant to see degree of cohesiveness stickiness.