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Breast Implants – 21 Important Questions And Answers

Breast Implants – 21 Important Questions And Answers

Breast Implants – 21 Important Questions And Answers
January 12
08:26 2021

4. What is the capsular contracture?

The connective tissue or capsule that is usually formed around the implant can thicken. This tissue hardening is referred to as capsular contracture or even capsular contracture.

The encapsulation of breast implants occurs more often after infection, hematoma or seroma. It is also more common in placing the breast implants under the pectoral muscle.

Symptoms range from chest bumps and mild discomfort to pain, deformation and/or displacement of the implant. If pain and hardening are severe, additional surgery is required.

In this operation, either only the encapsulated tissue or the entire implant can be removed and replaced with a new one. It should be noted, however, that the Kapselkontraktur can then occur again.

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