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Baltimore breast augmentation patients have a new option for breast implants Jeffrey Schreiber, MD on 02 Sep 2015

IDEAL breast implantAnnouncing the release of the new IDEAL breast implants! Recently FDA approved, the IDEAL breast implants are saline breast implants that give the look and feel of silicone gel. They are “ideal” for those patients seeking out breast enhancement in Baltimore who do not want silicone gel. With the recent advance in cosmetic surgery, there hasn’t been one in breast augmentation procedures in 30 years. This brand new implant offers women the satisfaction of larger, more shapely breasts with the reassurance of the fact that if the implants rupture they are only going to leak sterile saline. However, this doesn’t take away from the fact that silicone gel breast implants are FDA approved and give wonderful results. It’s just a nice alternative for those women who are not fans of silicone gel. The IDEAL breast augmentation procedure is just like the other procedures with saline and silicone gel. The surgery typically takes 1 1/2 – 2 hourse with only a few days of downtime. In fact, Dr. Schreiber’s patients are allowed to shower the next day! Exercise can resume in 1 week with heavy weightlifting at 6 weeks. The procedure is done as an outpatient with the safety of a board certified anesthesiologist.

Consultations for the new IDEAL breast implant are free, so click here to book online or call (410) 902-9800.

Jeffrey Schreiber, MD

Jeffrey Schreiber, MD

Dr. Schreiber is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. He earned both his B.A. in Biology and M.D. at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School. Dr. Schreiber was also a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. He completed general surgery internship at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD followed by an integrated general surgery and plastic surgery residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital/University of Maryland plastic surgery program. He received the Upjohn award for clinical research, and he has published numerous plastic surgery articles.
Jeffrey Schreiber, MD