Removing implants should not pose additional risk to breast tissue
Typically, the removal of breast implants should not pose a threat to your native breast tissue that remains. However, depending on the size of the implants and the amount of breast tissue you have, the removal may result in a suboptimal breast shape - this may be a permanent or a temporary finding. For example, if your breasts have been stretched out by large implants, they may not contract well over time.
There is also a risk of seroma, or fluid collection, after the...