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- Height: 5'5"
- Age: 47
- Gender: Female
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Weight: 150
Replacing Breast Implants
Breast implants are designed to be highly durable and long lasting. In most cases, you need to keep your outcomes being gorgeous several years. But as with any other products that are medical breast implants will eventually degrade and have to be replaced. Many women are under the impression that every 10 years their implants need replaced. If it is not broken, do not fix it. It may take decades for implants to need replaced. However in some cases, replacing breast implants could happen more quickly.
The most typical reason to replace old breast implants is a rupture or leak. Depending on what type of implant you have, you may or may not be able to tell when your implant has ruptured. When saline breast implants rupture, they are going to deflate and the sterile saline is likely to be safely absorbed by your body. But, this will produce an imbalanced breast that clearly signals it is the right time to exchange your implants.
The cohesive silicone gel found in modern silicone breast implants will keep their shape in the event of a rupture, making it a lot harder to recognize that they need to be replaced. Every couple of years to ensure your implants haven’t ruptured, it is strongly recommended you undergo an MRI.
There are many other factors why you might choose to substitute your implants:
You’re not pleased with the initial outcomes of your breast augmentation
To exchange your old saline implants with fresh silicone implants
You have gained or lost weight and the implants no longer fit your body size