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Is The Breast Implant Removal A Risky Thing To Do
Will the scar from the breast implant removal surgery be larger than the initial one? I am considering a breast implant removal procedure due to the change of the breast shape and asymmetry. I am concerned about the size of the incision necessary for the
Will range with size: The risks of implant removal range with the size of the implant as well as the material and the extent of rupture. Excessively large implants may leave the breast with a sagging or involuted appearance that may benefit from a simultaneous lift. Glandular resection and removals of effected nerves and muscle may be required in cases of extensive rupture. Otherwise, risks are comparable to any surge. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Patient request: Apart from implant related problems, occasionally women don't want to be subject to maintaining a medical device which has a finite "shelf life". Occasionally having implants doesn't fit their aesthetic sense, as menopause occasionally increases the volume of natural tissue and cup size enlarges. Infrequently implants are removed during breast cancer surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are my options for restoring breast shape after breast implant removal? I don't want to be left with small, saggy breasts after my breast implant removal. What are my options for restoring breast shape and perkiness?
Does shifting of implants mean i need breast implant removal? I think my implants have shifted. Is breast implant removal the only way to fix it?
No.: “shifting” of breast implants does not necessarily require removal of the breast implants. If the shifting or displacement of breast implant is significant or bothersome, revisionary breast surgery may be very helpful. Generally speaking, capsulorraphy surgery will serve to adjust the breast implant pocket so that the breast implant(s) remains in better position. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long will it take me to recover after my breast implant removal? I feel like i just got done going through the processof having breast implant done.
Depends: If there are no complications, i tell my patients that they should begin to feel like themselves again after a couple of months. Most patients can get back to regular activities in a few days or couple weeks, and full maturity of the scars takes up to 2 years. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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