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Why Would Your Plastic Surgeon Recommend Breast Revision Surgery?

Why Would Your Plastic Surgeon Recommend Breast Revision Surgery?

by Gianina (SU)
Most women who undergo a breast augmentation surgery are not aware that they’ll most likely need another surgery at some point in their life.

Plastic Surgery After a Baby: Is It Safe?

Plastic Surgery After a Baby: Is It Safe?

by Holly (SU)
Having a baby can be a wonderful and life-altering experience, but it is also unfortunately quite a body-altering experience.

Do I need to replace my breast implants?

Do I need to replace my breast implants?

by Yenny (SU)
If you’re considering breast augmentation, or have already had one, you may be wondering when your breasts will require some “touching up”. Common hearsay points to 10 years as the magic number for when revision surgery may be required. However, a 2011 study by the FDA reported that only 1 in 5 people will require some type of modification at the 10-year mark – whether it be due to a broken implant, discomfort, malposition, Capsular Contracture, or a patient’s decision to change cup size.

How Often Will You Require Surgery for Your Breast Implants?

How Often Will You Require Surgery for Your Breast Implants?

by Yenny (SU)
The old rule of thumb about replacing breast implants every 10 years isn’t always accurate. Think of this way: many products come with a warranty, but it doesn’t necessarily mean each must be replaced after that time has expired.