certainly this is not the case for every woman, it’s true that most of the time
larger implants can cause more problems. A lot of this is just due to physics.
Larger implants are heavier, therefore they sag faster, are more likely to
bottom out and can require a lift sooner. However, none of these statements are
absolute, because they depend on your unique anatomy. For example, a very
thin-skinned woman without much natural breast tissue is likely to see more
problems with larger implants, while a woman with larger natural breasts and a bigger
frame may not have the same concerns. If your plastic surgeon felt these
implants would work with your anatomy and you’re happy with your new size, those
are the main priorities.