If you’re unhappy with the way that your breasts look, then you might consider implants. They will enhance your figure, giving you the confidence that you desire to wear certain types of clothing or make you a bit more confident about the way that you look. Sometimes, you should consider breast implant removal. There are a few signs that you need to pay attention to that can direct you as to getting your implants removed so that your health isn’t at risk.
When you have breast implant surgery, you should keep in mind that they likely won’t last forever. They can deteriorate, and they can change shape over time, especially if you gain or lose weight. There are times when you might need to have issues fixed instead of having them removed. When you have implant surgery, your body may begin to recognize that there is a foreign object present. Your body may then begin to create scar tissue to surround the implants. This tissue can begin to harden, causing pain in your breasts. If you experience this kind of pain or any hardness in your breasts, then breast implant removal is usually the best option.
With both silicone and saline implants, there’s always the possibility that they can rupture. There could be a small hole in the implants or even a large tear. A leak in silicone implants might not be noticed for some time if it’s noticed at all. If you suspect that your implants are leaking, then you want to have our doctor examine your breasts, removing the implants if there are any signs present.
Sometimes, you might experience signs that are similar to an autoimmune condition after getting implants. These signs and symptoms include hair loss, joint pain, memory loss, and fatigue. If you notice any of these symptoms, it’s important to have your implants removed as soon as possible because your condition will likely only become worse over time. If you had an autoimmune disorder before getting implants, then the condition will usually be exacerbated after the surgery. The implants could also trigger symptoms that you haven’t had in the past, letting you know that something is wrong. Breast implant removal is often the best solution so that you can begin other treatments for the condition that you have.
To learn more about the symptoms that you need to look for before breast implant removal is considered, feel free to reach out to us here at eSSe Plastic Surgery in Fort Lauderdale. Contact us today to schedule your consultation!