Posts Tagged ‘silicone implants’

How Long is the Recovery Time for Implant Removal?

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Question : I have 22 year old 300ml silicone implants which have caused me no problem over the years until November 2011 when I had a rupture. I do not want to replace them and have good skin elasticity and ample tissue around the area. I have sought the advice of two surgeons who have [...]

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Should I Choose Saline or Silicone Breast Implants?

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When deciding to have breast enlargement surgery one of the major issues that crops up is whether to opt for saline or silicone breast implants for your breast augmentation. As with many decisions there are pros and cons to be weighed up before you can make an informed choice. What are the pros and cons [...]

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June 28th, 2011   |   Breast, Breast Enlargement    |  No Comments

4 Bilateral Breast Enlargement Surgery Myths

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 Bilateral Breast Enlargement Surgery Myths There are many myths regarding breast enlargement surgery. These include the fact that: Breast implants can mysteriously blow up whilst flying at altitude Silicone implants can deflate whilst scuba diving Seatbelts should not be worn with Breast Implants Breast Examinations are impossible after breast enlargement surgery Aurora Clinics decided that [...]

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June 16th, 2011   |   Breast, Breast Enlargement    |  No Comments

Saline or Silicon breast implants?

  There are two main types of breast implants saline (salt-water filled implants) and silicone implants. Since the silicone controversy 20 years ago, silicone implants were removed from the market in the United States. However, there was never enough evidence for them to be removed from the market in the UK and most of Europe. There [...]

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July 5th, 2010   |   Breast Enlargement    |  No Comments

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