VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Oct. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dr. Matthew Galumbeck is committed
"We really want to approach the patient from how we are going to be able to help them," said Dr. Galumbeck, a board certified Virginia Beach plastic surgeon with more than 5,000 procedures to his credit. "We're working for them."
Dr. Galumbeck likes offering IDEAL IMPLANT breast implants, because his patients can achieve the results they are looking for without the worry of a potential "silent rupture" as with silicone gel breast implants. Because silicone gel ruptures can only be detected by MRI, a woman may not know for months or years if her implant has ruptured, which may require a more complex surgery to remove. By contrast, when a saline implant ruptures, the saline (a sterile salt-water solution) is safely absorbed by the body and the rupture can be detected by simply looking in a mirror.
IDEAL IMPLANT is filled with saline, yet it is called a "structured breast implant," due to its unique inner structure that offers a more natural look and feel similar to silicone gel, while still being able to detect right away if a problem arises. Dr. Galumbeck reports that his patients are increasingly making informed decisions, "You give the patient the opportunity to select what they want with the pros and cons of each option," he explained. "I believe the IDEAL IMPLANT has taken off because it makes sense…it's a commonsense kind of thing."
"Women seem to like the shape of the IDEAL IMPLANT, the way they feel, and how much better they heal after surgery," Dr. Galumbeck concluded. "They just love the look of them. They're more natural to them, and it's a product that I think that they feel safe having within their body."
About Dr. Matthew Galumbeck With over 25 years of clinical experience and having performed over 5,000 cosmetic surgery procedures, Dr. Matthew Galumbeck has the experience and skills to deliver outstanding cosmetic surgery outcomes. A native of Virginia Beach, Dr. Galumbeck received his undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary, and his medical degree from Duke University. He trained in general surgery at Case Western Reserve University, and in plastic surgery at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Further study includes advanced training in body contouring in Paris.
Dr. Galumbeck is an Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery at Eastern Virginia Medical School. His ongoing clinical research includes studies on body contouring and facial rejuvenation. He has taught other physicians throughout the country about new techniques in cosmetic surgery. Dr. Galumbeck has given lectures on cosmetic surgery topics at many national meetings, and has published articles in national scientific journals. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Lasers in Medicine, and Surgery and the Virginia Beach Medical Society. For more information, visit https://www.galumbeckplasticsurgery.com/.
About IDEAL IMPLANT Ideal Implant Incorporated is a privately held company that was founded in 2006 by Robert S. Hamas, MD, the plastic surgeon who invented the IDEAL IMPLANT. After years of dealing with ruptured silicone gel implants and listening to patient concerns, Dr. Hamas realized that women wanted a new type of breast implant—one that would combine the natural feel of a silicone gel implant with only saline inside for safety and peace of mind.
The unique design of the IDEAL IMPLANT provides a natural feel and youthful look—without using silicone gel. The IDEAL IMPLANT incorporates a series of shells nested together and two separate chambers that hold saline. Though made with standard implant materials, the IDEAL IMPLANT uses an advanced internal structure to control movement of the saline and support the implant edges to reduce collapse and wrinkling. IDEAL IMPLANT has undergone ten years of development, testing and refinement—including contributions of clinical expertise from several board-certified plastic surgeons. IDEAL IMPLANTS were approved by both the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Health Canada in 2014.
For more information, visit https://idealimplant.com/.
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