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Is The Breast Implant Removal A Risky Thing To Do
Nonsurgical lift: If father time and gravity have taken their toll on your breasts, the only option to give a lifted look is to perform a breast lift. The addition of implants is solely based on the desire for more volume. The type of life will depend on how fallen the breasts are. A small lift can be performed around the areola (dark skin around the nipple). More fallen breasts will need a bigger lift. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Any surg has risks: The benefits of the surgery must be evaluated by you and your physician(s). Every surgery has risks. But a qualified surgeon, qualiied anesthesiologist-nurse anesthetist, nursing staff must be in place before you consider an elective surgery. Most of the time, liposuction surgery goes very well and patients are pleased. The contours of our body may be more to your body shape. Please research. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Yes, but . . .: Yes, but not having a radical mastectomy when it's called for would be far riskier. Any surgery carries risk and a mastectomy is no different, but those risks are far smaller than the risk of a spreading breast cancer. By the way, if you're concerned that a radical mastectomy is more than you need for your cancer, you can and should always seek a second opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Osteotomy first: A small hole also known as an osteotomy is placed within the bone and a fixture similar to a small screw is thread into place. An abutment is then attached to the implant. The crown relicating the missing tooth is then either cemented or screwed into the fixture. ...Read moreSee 18 more doctor answers
Is it possible for your breast to grow after breast removal? If you had a surgery where the breast tissue is removed, is it still possible that more tissue would grow gradually?
What is the most natural and safest type of breast augmentation procedure and about how much would it cost?
If you remove the breast tissue , and replace it with saline implants. Will this take away the risk of getting breast cancer that is genetic ?
Please let me know if there is a way to prevent breast cancer, health issues, by removing breast tissue but leaving nerves and putting an implant?
Yes, Many options av: Yes there are several ways to protect yourself from breast cancer depending on your family and personal history. A good oncologist can guide you. You have at least 3 options: be under close supervision of an expert who can screen and detect cancer early if it ever appears on the scene. Prophylactic mastectomy is an option but not recommended. Preventive medicines are available and are quite effect. ...Read more
How is an endodontic implant different from a regular dental implant? I've done a bit of reading, and it seems like they are intended to be do the same thing, but the endondontic implant extends further down into the root. Is there a reason to choose one
Is it safe to have breast reconstruction done at the same time as a mastectomy? My surgeon has said we can do the mastectomy and then immediately do the breast reconstruction. I like the idea, but am worried about the extra time that would take. Is it saf
Yes: An expander can be placed at the time of mastectomy. This is a temporary space filler that allows you to complete chemo and/or radiation and then complete the final reconstruction months later. This is know as immediate-delayed reconstruction. Speak with the breast surgeon and plastic surgeon for details. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Major surgery: "whipple procedure" is major reworking of the plumbing, generally done to treat tumors of head of pancreas, neighboring ampulla of vater (entryway of panc and bile duct into small bowel). This shold be done by a surgeon who does "a lot" of these, in a place where they do "a lot" of these- often a cancer referral center. Can be a lot of perioperative, postoperative complications, longterm problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What happens to the fat that is removed during a breast reduction surgery? What happens to the fat that is taken from the breast during a breast reduction surgery?
Cancer: Any time there is surgery to attempt to remove a tumor it will always result in cancer spreading through muscle and veins of the body, right?
Has a cyst in right breast... and painful when breastfeeding. . Is removal necessary? Or is there a way to get rid of it naturally?
Sometimes: Sometimes a breast cyst will resolve with simple needle aspiration without requiring excision. Hope this helps. ...Read more
What's the best breast filler for a breast reconstruction? My surgeon is going to use a lat flap for my breast reconstruction, and he said i'll also need either implants or fat grafting to fill out the breast. Is one better than the other?
Many options: Options for breast reconstruction are vast today. And there is no single "best" reconstructive procedure. All of the individual details of a patients circumstances need to be evaluated to determine the best procedure. Many times a flap or an implant based recon can be improved with the addition of fat transfer. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Can I have a breast lift at the same time as breast implant removal? I'm having breast implant removal, but am concerned about sagging. Is it possible to have a breast lift at the same time?
Absolutely: Except for complicated cases with ruptured silicone gel implants, it it usually possible to remove the skin excess with the breast implants and provide a more shapely breast. This is similar to breast reduction surgery when breast tissue is removed and a lift is performed. Be certain to seek an experienced, board certified plastic surgeon. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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