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Both options can create a natural look, but round implants are known for their ability to improve the fullness of the top part of the breast, while teardrop implants are credited with more fullness in the lower part of the breast.

Patients mostly request rounded implants that are placed under the muscle, because in this position they actually resemble a slight teardrop shape. The downside to teardrop implants is that they tend to move around and rotate needlessly, and might require corrective surgery after some time.

That said, some patients are more comfortable with teardrop shaped implants as opposed to the rounded type, and surgeons are more than happy to fulfill those requests, albeit at an increased rate due to the higher cost of teardrop implants when compared to round implants.

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