If you don't see the whole post, click on the title to see my piece about the plastic surgery meeting I just returned from, Sientra implant information, and my capsular contracture guarantee.
In Part 1, I discussed how breast implants aren't forever, and it's best to be proactive about exchanging implants. But what if there is an unanticipated problem such as a capsular contracture that requires surgery? I'll discuss two topics - capsular contracture and implant "leakage", both of which require implant exchange. ..
What ultimately happens to the breast implants that we implant? Some patients don’t really consider that question, or think that once the implants are put in, they are there for life. Not so. When I tell patients that their chance of having additional surgery on their breasts is essentially 100%, they are often surprised. Breast implants don’t last forever. Sure, I’ve seen implants in for 20 or 30 years without any problems.... (If you're viewing this on Facebook, click on View Original Post below)