Can I Go from a 360cc to 120 Cc? I Have Had 12 Breast Surgeries All With Complications.
- Asked by kzagel
- 1 year ago
I have had 12 breast surgeries Original lumpectomy and subsequent ruptured silicon, capsules and other problems. I currently have 360cc Gummy bears and want to go smaller I am 5'3 and 110 pounds. How small can I go and I also have the new matrix to prevent capsules. Can I go smaller ? I am so frustrated!!! I also have auto immune problems, vitaligo, crohns, raynauds.
As has been said by my colleagues, I'd also suggest removing the implants, and not replacing them with another implant. It's time to switch to plan B! Fat transfer would be an excellent option.
Multiple Complications with Breast Implants?
I'm sorry to hear about the complications you have experience with breast implants; I wonder if you will be better off without implants altogether. You may want to visit with well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons who have extensive experience with fat grafting (I don't). Make sure you educate yourself well about the potential complications associated with this procedure as well.
Web reference: http://www.poustiplasticsurgery.com/
Simultaneous Implant Exchange With Fat- the Solution
Implants can come out, fat can be placed in the subcutaneous
space. This is called SIEF- Simultaneous Implant Exchange With Fat.
We have described this technique and have performed it in
patients who want their implants out. We have had 100 percent success with this technique
with no further revisions.
See the attached video
Dr Del Vecchio
Recent Breast Implant Revision Reviews
Breast Implant Revision Photos
If you have fat,fat grafting would be another option
You can try smaller implants and if continue to have problems,fat grafting can be another option
Implant replacement with fat transfer
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