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What No One Tells You About Breast Implants

If you have breast implant surgery believing that it will last you for the remainder of your life then you will be terribly disappointed. Breast implants generally last anywhere from a couple of years to many years without any complications or the need for removal but realistically most last around 10 to 15 years with the average for most women being around 10 years time. Doctor's such as Angelo Cuzalina suggest getting checked on or even having your breasts redone every 10 years. The younger you are when you first have breast implants put in the more likely that you will have to undergo surgeries a number of times throughout your lifetime.

What you are not often told is that complications are extremely common with breast implant and so are ruptures which means that it is very likely that at some point in your life you will need to replace the implants and/or you will decide to have them taken out completely.

When you have breast implants you will be spending a fair amount of time in the doctor’s office as you will require frequent visits to have the implants checked and there will likely be more than one operation to undergo beside the initial one. It is also very likely that you will need to have one or both of the implants removed due to a complication or two that has occurred. It is important to note that complications are a common aspect of having breast implants.

Another thing that you are not always told about breast implants is that the breasts will undergo changes to their physical appearance after the surgery has been performed and some of these changes are not likely to be very desirable but unfortunately the changes are unable to be reversed. If in the future you decide that you want to have your implants taken out be aware that you could experience some cosmetic alternations that are not to your liking such as puckering, wrinkling, dimpling, or breast tissue loss.

Some breast implants rupture or deflate after only a couple of months following surgery while others will do so after a few years and still others may be fine for 10 years or more and then suddenly rupture or deflate. The reasons for this have not been proven conclusively but some of the reasons doctors surmise that it may happen include the aging process of the implant; damage due to fluid drainage or biopsies; compression that takes place during a mammogram exam; trauma or physical pressure that is extreme; capsular contracture, underfilling or overfilling of the implants that are filled with saline; damage caused by surgical instruments, and so on.

Local complications are the greatest safety issue for women considering having breast implants because of the fact that they are such a common occurrence. A non-surgical form of treatment or a reoperation may be needed to treat a local complications. Some of the most common complications include asymmetry, breast pain, breast tissue atrophy, capsular contracture, delayed wound healing, rupture/deflation, inflammation, breast and nipple changes, calcification and calcium deposits, ptosis and chest wall deformity.

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