Why and When to Get Your Breast Implants Removed
When women generally talk about breast implants, they usually think about using breast implants to increase the size of their breasts. However, sometimes women decide to remove their implants for cosmetic and health reasons. The surgical staff at Almater Hospital in Mexicali, Mexico specializes in breast surgery, including breast implants, breast lifts and breast reductions, as well as the removal of breast implants.
Unfortunately, a very small fraction of implants get ruptured. This happens mostly with older models of breast implants. When this happens, most women choose to get a new, more resistant implant to replace the one that was ruptured.
Unhappiness with the Results of Breast Augmentation
Breast implants are used for cosmetic purposes. That means that a woman who receives breast implants has certain expectations of what her breasts will look like. Despite the use of modern computer models, it’s nearly impossible to understand the full reality of how you will look until after implant surgery is completed and you’ve ha d chance to heal. Unfortunately, in some rare cases, the patient doesn’t like the way her new breasts look with the rest of her body, or she doesn’t like the feeling of the breasts to the touch.
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There are also women with a psychological condition that prevents them from evaluating reality accurately, so no matter what the result is, they will not like them and may want to get the implants removed.
Women who are diagnosed with cancer often must have their breast implants removed since the implants could be an obstacle to performing some of the procedures required for treating the illness. If a mastectomy is needed, the implants will definitely be removed.
Replacement for Aesthetic Reasons
Some women get their breast implants removed for the simple reason that they want better looking implants. This doesn’t happen because they decided their implants weren’t good enough, but rather because certain factors like aging, weight loss, weight gain, and pregnancy have changed their bodies.
In these cases, the size and form of the implants may not be natural looking anymore, and new implants might be needed.
Breast implant removal has been on the decline for the last 10 years. The staff at Almater Hospital believes that the need for breast implant removal is decreasing because women are better informed about the procedure and are more realistic about the outcome. Women today are also choosing more qualified surgical teams for their implantation, ensuring better results. This in turn results in women who are more satisfied with their implants.