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The IDEAL IMPLANT: A new, safe breast implant technology


When exploring the possibility of implant surgery there are many considerations including size, timing, the surgeon themselves, but also what kind of implants are right for you. The IDEAL IMPLANT is a new implant product on the market with an innovative design using safe and proven breast implant materials.

Inspired to create safer, long lasting implants after dealing with many ruptured silicone gel implants, plastic surgeon Robert S. Hamas MD spent 10 years developing and refining the IDEAL IMPLANT.


The Difference:

With major technological advances, the IDEAL IMPLANT creates the same feel and quality of a silicone implant without the risk of ‘silent leaks’. Instead, it relies on saline materials but is made with a structure specifically designed to reduce folding and wrinkling which can lead to ruptures. The implant is built with chambers and shells to create a natural looking and feeling breast. The inner chamber holds the inner saline filler and baffle shells allow the implant to maintain its structure and control the movement of the saline. Using an IDEAL IMPLANT also allows your surgeon to make a smaller incision during insertion and is easy to remove in the future if desired.


The IDEAL IMPLANT was founded in 2006 and approved by the FDA and Health Canada in 2014. Their products are manufactured in an FDA-inspected facility that has been manufacturing breast implants for over 30 years.

Our office is one of a few in Vancouver which offer the IDEAL IMPLANT, and we are very excited to be able to offer our clients this option, in addition to silicone implants, for breast augmentation.

Book an in-person consultation with Dr. Macadam to discuss your options or learn more about breast augmentation surgery here.

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Ottawa Review Course

For the second year in a row, Dr. Sheina Macadam was invited to teach the graduating Plastic Surgery Residents from across Canada at the 2016 Ottawa Chief Resident Review Course, which took place at the end of February in Ottawa, ON. At this 3-day Allergan-sponsored weekend course, Dr. Macadam lectured the senior residents on topics in breast reconstructive surgery, speaking alongside many renowned Canadian physicians and surgeons. The 2016 Ottawa Review Course was a great opportunity for Dr. Macadam to help prepare the next generation of plastic surgeons to be skilled, precise, knowledgeable, and confident physicians as they embark on their careers. Dr. Macadam would also like to thank Allergan for sponsoring the 2016 Ottawa Review Course event, and for continuing to support Canadian residency education.

Medical lecture


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