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Is Silicone Implant the Right Choice for Patient with Little Breast Tissue?
Due to pregnancy, I have very little breast tissue left and I am considering breast augmentation. My surgeon recommended that I opt for silicone implants. I have read that silicone implants have a higher capsular contracture rate and having little breast tissue. I am concerned with where that will leave me if contracture were to happen? I am also concerned with the higher rate of rupturing with silicone? What are the rates of this happening? I want my implants to look great. Is silicone the way to go with little breast tissue? Is it safe?
Silicone implants offer a natural feel
Augmentation,an operation with many options
Silicone implants are best for most women.
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Gel will feel more natural with little breast tissue
Neither implant will be absolutely trouble free forever- you should consider your individual goals
Gel implants are safe
Gel is better if you are thin and have little breast tissue
Silicone implants are safe
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