I have sili 6 years now, was capsulated and it was removed the capsul tissue and same implant again, anyway i have been feeling for over 6 months bumps and holes in my breast when i touch them, , so its embarrased for me when someone thouches them. so I want them change and make them perfect, so i am thinking to go for a bigger maybe 450cc . BUt i am afraid if the new ones will be the same feeling bumps and holes. anyone can tell me what to do please, please advice, its horrible feeling them!
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Bumps and holes after augment
First off, a comprehensive examination is needed to figure out what is best. It is impossible to completely answer your question because there are some key pieces of information missing: are your implants above or below muscle, what size implant, how much breast tissue do you have over your implant, etc? It is possible that going slightly larger may help your problem, and you should also have your implants converted to below the muscle if they are not currently. But, if you have thin skin and little native breast tissue, yo may need some additional "padding" to hid the implants. This can be accomplished with fat injections or acellular dermis such as Alloderm or Strattice. See a board certified plastic surgeon for help with this.
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It sounds like you need to have a thorough exam to evaluate these bumps etc. If you have rippling you may need strattice to camouflage the rippling. An exam is key.
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Best advice: See a plastic surgeon in consultation. RealSelf has listings of surgeons in your area. You should consider cross referencing the listings from the The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (plasticsurgery dot org). A listing in the ASPS website assures you that your surgeon is not only board certified, but also is a member in good standing of the major plastic surgery organization in the U. S.
Despite your description, I cannot tell what you are feeling. If your implants are saline, you may be feeling ripples in the edge of the implant, and switching to silicone may help. If the implant is above the muscle, putting it below may help. If what you are feeling are not ripples, only an in person exam can determine the best recommendation.
Thanks and best wishes.
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