What Are the Different Types of Implant Displacement?

3 Minute Read:  Patients who undergo breast augmentation must understand the risks that can be associated with their breast implants. One of these complications is implant displacement.  What Is Implant Displacement? Implant displacement is where the implant does not remain in the exact location where it was either placed or intended to be placed. This …

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What Is Symmastia?

While most patients do not experience complications after breast augmentation, unusual complications sometimes occur. One of these complications is known as symmastia. Though rare, symmastia is well understood and can usually be treated with breast revision surgery. Identifying Symmastia Symmastia is when the breasts are so close together that they seem to be joined as …

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An Uncommon Outcome From Breast Augmentation: Symmastia (Uniboob)

Though the results from a breast augmentation are generally excellent with a satisfaction rate well over 90 percent, complications and less than desirable results do occur. One of the less common problems that can occur is where the breasts are so close together that they seem to coalesce into one breast unit. This is called …

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