Can over Muscle Implants Move Under Breasts?
- Asked by keiko38 in new york
- 3 years ago
Can breast implants settle under the muscle from a submammary pocket?
Unless the breast has had a previously elevated pocket from a breast augmentation, it is not possible to see a submammary implant placement switch to a subpectoral location. This should be properly discussed with your local Plastic Surgeon as you embark on surgery.
Good luck to you.
Frank Rieger M.D. Tampa Plastic Surgeon
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In tight chested & small breasted female with large muscle mass, muscle contraction can and will distort the augmented breast
In a tight chested and small breasted individual with large muscle mass, muscle contraction can and will distort the augmented breast in the same way a male can distort their breasts.l
Can an over implant slip under the muscle
Can an over muscle breast implants switch under the muscle? This can only happen surgically if the msucle is detached from the chest wall.
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Can an implant move from it's place over the muscle?
An implant that is placed on top of the muscle cannot move under the muscle if that pocket has never been created. If there is tethering between the implant capsule and the muscle, or the implant is placed in the so-called "sub-facial" plane on top of the muscle, you can see minor movement of the implant with muscle contraction.
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OVER the Muscle Breast Implants do NOT move under the Muscle
Breast implants do not shift in position.
The position of breast implants (over or under the muscle) is determined only by the shape, size, and position of the implant pockets made during surgery.
Over the muscle implant will not move to under the muscle
It will better if you provide more informations and pictures. In general implants will not change position by themself.
Migration of Breast Implants
Breast implants can sometimes migrate or move from the position in which they were originally placed. However, I do not feel that it would be possible for over the muscle implants to move under the muscle since that space has never been created.
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