Can Filling Tissue Expanders Too Quickly Cause a Wound to Appear That Looks Like a Burn? (photo)
on 20 Nov 2012
I had a blister come up after a fill too. I went back to the PS and it was from poor circulation after the fill and not much room left. He said to treat it with a topical antibiotic. But he is going to excise that area when I swap from expanders to implants.
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