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Risks and Side Effects of Downsizing Breast Implants
I had 500 grams silicone high profile implants place about 3 months ago. They feel a little too big and firm. I would like to downgrade them to maybe 425, maybe same projection but lesser diameter, since my ribcage is rather small. I am not necessarily looking for a conservative look; I just don't want to look too big.
I'm also concerned, can reducing the breast implants damage tissues or result in a large area of stretched out skin? What are the side effects or risks to doing this? I would probably do it in a couple of months.
Reducing the size of breast implants is usually not a problem
Downsizing a breast augmentation
You can exchange breast implants now with little damage
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