Problems With Implants

Capsular ContractureThe woman in this photo wants to look sexy, but there is something wrong with her breasts.  Large breasts should not have an inch between them in the middle.  Natural breasts are supposed to have a cleavage line if they are large. The unnatural look of this woman’s breasts is a sure sign of breast implant problems.  The woman in the photo seems to have a bad case of capsular contracture, which is the most common complication from breast implants.  And, it looks like her breasts are also too big for her body, which is probably going to cause back and shoulder pain that could become permanent.
Breast Implants, Self-Esteem, Quality of Life, and the Risk of Suicide - Breast augmentation is the most common cosmetic surgery in the United States, with approximately 300,000 surgeries annually. Does it affect mental health?
Breast implants after mastectomy: Risks you need to know - Concerns about breast implants in post mastectomy reconstruction.
What you need to know: Breast cancer, suicide, mastectomy, and breast implants - One study of suicide among women who got breast implants after mastectomy found that their suicide rate was 10 times higher compared to other mastectomy patients.
Insurance Coverage Information for Breast Implant Removal - First of all, the original reason for getting your breast implants matters to health insurance companies (as well as Medicare and Medicaid). If your implants were put in after a mastectomy and your doctor believes that removing your implants is “medically necessary,” then your health insurance is legally obligated to cover your breast implant removal.  […]
Not Receiving Coverage for Breast Implant Problems? - We want to make sure that health insurance policies will pay for treatment and implant removal when it is medically necessary.
What you Need to Know about Breast Implants and Cancer of the Immune System (ALCL) - This overview summarizes the growing evidence that breast implants can cause a very rare cancer of the immune system.
ALCL and Breast Implants: The Latest News - This short update focuses on the latest information published in a cancer journal in 2013 and 2014.
Research on Silicone Breast Implants and Unexplained Symptoms - A study published in 2013 sheds light on the signs and symptoms that many women with silicone implants experience, and suggests that removing the implants can improve the women’s health dramatically.