About four months I got a BA L525 R515 I have developed CC on my right breast. I wish to remove them, I know if I replace them I have the chance to develop CC again. So I remove them willy breast go back to the same size they we before BA
If I Remove Saline Implants, Will Breasts Go Back To The Same Size As They Were Before?
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Size after implant removal
Since you had your augmentation surgery so recently, you stand a good chance of returning to your pre-augmentation size following implant removal. With a 500 cc plus implant, the skin envelope may have stretched out some, but it may contract back following removal.
Breast Implant removal - impact on size
Actually it depends on a number of factors however since your implant size seems large, I would likely tell you no, if you had them in longer than a few months, they will not go back to the same size and you may need a breast lift in the future since your breast skin and tissue is stretched! Sorry to hear you are going through this!
After removal of breast implants most of the time the breasts look similar to the original.
After healing breast volume should be similar after breast implant removal. After a number of years the skin envelope might stretch a bit making the breasts look droopy or ptotic. That might require some revisional surgery if it is aesthetically unacceptable.
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Implant Removal, Capsular Contracture, Natrural Breast Enlargement
Implant Removal, Capsular Contracture, Natrural Breast Enlargement -
- Sometimes breast tissue is compressed and may or may not enlarge again.
- Your skin is probably stretched.
- Age, weight change, implant size are all variables.
- Natural Enlargement with fat grafting with or without a lift may be a good option.
Removing implants allows your breasts to shrink
but will it be exactly as before implants were placed? There are too many variable that can affect this but in my experience with intentional deflations of saline implants, most seem to return to what they started with and are 'age appropriate'.
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