After pregnancy, my size got from C to DD and end up with capsular contracture. Should I remove my breast implants? (photos)
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Implants after pregnacy
Options for capsular contracture treatment
Should I remove my implants?
The capsule is essentially scar tissue around the implant.
An option would be to remove the implants and perform a breast uplift procedure to lift the nipple to a slightly higher position.
This is certainly possible and the resulting volume of your bust would depend on how much natural breast tissue you have.
This is difficult to assess by looking at the photograph but you will get a realistic idea of what is achievable by having a look at some of the videos on our website: aurora-clinics.co.uk.
I wish you the best of luck if you do decide to go ahead with surgery.
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1: you do not have breast drooping and adding more saline to saline implants does not lift the breast
2; Over filling implants beyond the recommendations of the manufacturer and the size of the implant is not recommended.
3; with explant one needs to remove the capsule to prevent the possibility of seroma accumulation
4: The decision of breast implant insertion or removal is a very personal issue and is the decision of the patient alone.
5: you need better evaluating and discussion of your present situation and what are your options
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