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Silicone breast implant complication

Silicone breast implant complication

Among the commonly sought and performed procedure in the United States is the breast augmentation using silicone implants. Silicone implants are one of the most used kinds of implants; however, it is also being associated with a number of complications.

Silicone implants are used primarily to add projection to the breasts. Most patients come to the clinic only with the goal of enhancing the size and shape of their breasts. However, many of them are fully unaware of the procedure, the real set of risks that the surgery entails as well as the limitations of the procedure.

As an interested patient, you must be aware of everything that is true when it comes to silicone implants. There are plenty of articles on the Internet and you can fall, a victim, if you rely on them rather than asking board certified plastic surgeons. The best thing is to go to the clinic and discuss your options with the surgeon so that you would know what to expect about silicone implants and breast augmentation.

The silicone implants have immensely improved over the years as well as the techniques that are being used by the surgeons. You must know that trusted clinics use only silicone implants that are approved by the FDA. Even if you have read that silicone implants can trigger cancer and other types of complications, you must know that nothing of those have been found out in a number of research and clinical trials.

As time goes by, manufacturers of silicone implant have greatly improved the quality of the products and surgeons do not stop in finding the best techniques that can diminish the possibility of the famous complications from happening. Moreover, the shell of the implant has been significantly refined and upgraded so that there is lower risk for silicone leakage unlike before.

 

Town

Houston

Date

September 30, 2016

Category

Videos

Tags

Breast Lift

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