Will my breasts look about the same as they did almost 11 years ago. Also, what type of pathology and cost after explant?(photo)
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Will breasts 'Snap Back'?
I am curious as to why you are seeking an investigation for mold or cancer. The pathology services are available to do fungal cultures or cytology but some insurance companies exclude consequences of cosmetic surgery as not covered. I would discuss this with your plastic surgeon, as I suspect that the chances of cancer or mold are extremely low.
Your breasts will most likely not look as they did 11 years ago. Even if you never had surgery on your breasts, our skin and breast tissue change over time. This however does not mean that the look will be unacceptable. Your breast tissue will contract, but the degree to which it does so will depend on the elasticity of your skin, among other factors. Be patient, it can take several months for your breasts to reach their new baseline after surgery.
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Will my breasts look about the same as they did almost 11 years ago. Also, what type of pathology and cost after explant?
Life experience since your breast augmentation procedure, such as pregnancy or weight gain weight loss, will potentially influence the factors discussed above. If you take these factors into consideration and apply them to your specific circumstances you may get a good idea of what to expect after the implants are removed.
Patience is definitely indicated after removal of breast implants; it will take many months for the skin to “bounce back” and for you to see the final appearance of the breasts. In the meantime,
I hope this, and the attached link (dedicated to breast implant removal surgery concerns), helps.
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