One thing you should keep in mind is that you might need a bit of a lift at the same time. The skin has been stretched to accommodate the bigger implant and may not look good with a smaller one in the same pocket. Usually some reduction of the pocket will be needed (internally) and possibly a lift of the breast (externally).I hope this info helps!
best regards, adam j rubinstein, md, facshttp://www.Dr-rubinstein.Com [http://www.Dr-rubinstein.Com]305-792-7575past chief, section of plastic surgery
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