Are I-shaped silastic implants a good option? Do they reduce the complications associated with traditional L-shaped implants?
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I-Shaped vs L- shaped Implants
L- shaped implants tend to put more pressure in the tip making extrusion and infection more likely. However, and I shaped implant can also move or extrude if it is not place properly.
I-Shaped vs L-Shaped Siliconw Nasal Implants
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