Why Don't Surgeons Use Breast Implants Less Than 250cc?
Breast implants come in all sorts of sizes but in my experience I am noticing that surgeons generally don't like to use an implant that's smaller than 250cc. For whatever reason they always frown upon something smaller. Now they make implants starting at 80cc for Allergan and 100cc for Mentor. Obviously, these sizes were made available for a reason but I can't understand why surgeons don't want to use anything less than 250cc. So can someone explain why they don't like to use 175cc or 150 cc or even 125cc?
Implants under 250 cc are rare for good reason
Smaller breast implants vs larger breast implants
Of course we use implants smaller than 250cc!
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