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The best silicone breast implants in terms of procedure and cost

The best types of silicone breast implants currently used are as follows:

    • Saline breast implants
      Saline-filled breast implants are an outer silicone shell filled with sterile saline, placed in the breast empty, then filled while it is inside the breast via a syringe with a fine needle, or it comes pre-filled. One of them is Basalen breast implants, which is a type used to be used by women from the age of 18 and over. Its disadvantage is that it is more prone to ripples, so it is not suitable for thin skin, as it is easy to see or palpate the ripples.
    • Silicone breast pads
      Motiva silicone fillings are of the type filled with silicone gel. The outer silicone shell is filled with viscous silicone gel. These are the most widely used silicone breast fillings, such as Motiva silicone fillings, as well as Mentor breast fillings. Motiva fillings are not very different from them from a technical point of view. 22 years and over.
    • Fillings in two layers on top of each other
      It consists of a layer filled with silicone gel, and another layer that can be filled with sterile water and its size can be adjusted during surgery

    What is the difference between silicone fillings and saline fillings?

    • Both fillings are made of an outer shell of silicone with different content. Silicone fillings are of different sizes and shapes and filled with viscous gel, while saline fillings are filled with sterile saline.
    • The incision needed to insert implants when you choose saline implants is much smaller and less visible than the incision made to insert silicone implants.
    • Saline implants are more visible than silicone implants, which often cause ripples, and this is their biggest drawback.
    • Most women indicated that the texture of saline implants is firmer than the natural breast tissue, in contrast to the silicone implants, which are very similar to the natural breast tissue.
    • One of the best advantages of saline implants is that they can be implanted legally from the age of eighteen, while silicone implants cannot be implanted for the purpose of breast augmentation until the age of twenty-two or more.
    • Most of the time, saline implants cost less than silicone implants, making them a good option for people with little or no income.
    • Both types of fillers are generally safe if the procedure is performed by a reputable surgeon who is experienced in this type of procedure.
    • There are silicone fillings of different sizes and shapes and they are pre-filled, so they cannot be modified during the operation. As for saline fillings, the surgeon implants them empty and then fills them and controls their size by the volume of the liquid that he fills within them.
    • Both implants usually require general anesthesia, and your doctor will choose the right one for you depending on your general health and the nature of the procedure.

    Prices of silicone breast implants in Iran, Arab countries and abroad:

    The prices of silicone breast implants globally range between 3000 and 8000 dollars, depending on the type of filling, the company that manufactures Motiva fillings, Mentor fillings, or others, in addition to the doctor’s experience.

    The prices of silicone breast implants in Egypt range from 35,000 to 45,000 Egyptian pounds. In Saudi Arabia, the prices of silicone breast implants range between 12,000 and 40,000 Saudi riyals, equivalent to an average of 2,000 Jordanian dinars for the procedure in Jordan, and 3,000 to 5,000 dollars are the prices of silicone breast fillings for the procedure in Lebanon and Syria.

    As for the prices of silicone breast implants in Iran, it ranges from 1,500 US dollars to 2,800 US dollars.

    Silicone Fillings Saline Fillings







    The size of the Surgical Incision


    Less size


    Starting at the age of 22

    Starting from the age of 18




    The texture of the filling

    Soft and similar to human adipose tissue

    Firmer than breast tissue

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