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Breast Augmentation specific risks are many, though relatively rare. Capsular contracture, that is, hardening of the scar tissue surrounding the implant, is arguably the most common complication. Breast droop, deflation, displacement and rupture of the implant is also not unheard of. Wrinkling of the implant is more common, as well as more noticeable, in women with naturally sparse breast tissue.Skin irregularities, such as puckering, can occur with breast augmentation surgery. Desensitized breasts, nerve damage and complete nipple numbness have also been reported.
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Breast Augmentation specific risks are many, though relatively rare. Capsular contracture, that is, hardening of the scar tissue surrounding the implant, is arguably the most common complication. Breast droop, deflation, displacement and rupture of the implant is also not unheard of. Wrinkling of the implant is more common, as well as more noticeable, in women with naturally sparse breast tissue.Skin irregularities, such as puckering, can occur with breast augmentation surgery. Desensitized breasts, nerve damage and complete nipple numbness have also been reported.
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*******www.youtube****/watch?v=3Eq9A5wl-P8 ----------- This video is provided as a response to a Real Self inquiry regarding capsular contracture. The question is whether you need to replace both breast implants in the case of a single side capsular contracture.
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