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What are somethings that could go wrong with a boob job?

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Surger: There are multiple complications that can result from surgery. These include bleeding, infection, damage to the structures, anesthesia related complications, and poor or unexpected cosmetic results. These are very low risks, but always possible.

Answered 6/11/2013

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Information: Bleeding, infection, capsular contracture, extrusion, asymmetry, poor scars(rare), implant rupture, rotation if anatomical type, seromas, and the possibility(.

Answered 5/22/2013

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Lots: Although very successful most of the time, problems can happen. There are short term and long term. On the short term bleeding, infection, pain, swelling and anesthsia related problems. On the long term asymmetry , scarring, mail position, inferior displacement of the implant and having to have them replaced. Fda data demonstrated up to a65% re-operation rate within 10 years.

Answered 8/30/2013

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