Kindly advise me, are Eurosilicone Breast Implants safe?

I'll have a plastic surgery next month, and I need feedback about Eurosilicone Breast Implants very necessary because it's the only company we have in our country.

Doctor Answers 4

Breast implant safety

That you for your response and congratulations on choosing a breast augmentation. The choice of implant manufacturer here in the US is between 3 various ones. All are very safe and many studies have proven this. The standards here for implants of May kind medically is the strongest in the world. I would go to their website and review the data at hand. I would be cautious however and possibly seek a second opinion in the US if you have any concerns. Remember that your safety is always first priority.

Are Eurosilicone breast implants safe?

A number of months ago Eurosilicone was shut down for controversy surrounding the use of the nonmedical grade silicone in their silicone implants.  Women in Europe have been advised to change out their implants for this reason.  I

Inamed, Sientra and Mentor offered FDA approved silicone gel implants in the United States as well as saline.

The FDA extensively monitors and regulates implants in the United States.  These are the only brands  I would recommend.

Adam Tattelbaum, MD
Washington DC Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 90 reviews

No way

Not sure if you live in Syria,VA but a nice place to visit for the blue grass music festival and Graves mountain lodge.
As the other email stated only 3 choices in USA. I prefer Mentor or  Allergan.
No other implant in the USA to use legally in my mind!!
Good Luck.

Gregory T. Lynam, MD
Richmond Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 53 reviews

Eurosilicone breast implants

Thank you for your question.  Eurosilicone implants are not FDA approved and unless something has recently changed, they are not even allowed in the US.  If your surgeon wants to use them, I would be very hesitant if I were you.  I, personally, would not recommend them.  The only breast implants that are approved for sale in the US are ones made by Sientra, Mentor, or Allergan.  These companies make excellent products so I see no reason for you to risk getting Eurosilicone implants (even if they are cheaper).

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