It’s a commonly-touted piece of advice that breast implants will have to be replaced within a decade or so after receiving surgery. This piece of information can be traced back to one report released by the Food and Drug Administration in 2011 regarding the safety and ramifications of silicone implants. In the report, the FDA claimed that 20% of patients who received breast augmentation surgery required a revision or replacement 10 years after the surgery.
You can rest assured that only one in five women require a revision or replacement after their procedure. This means that four out of five, […]