High- and extra-high-projection breast implants: potential consequences for patients.

@article{Tebbetts2010HighAE,
  title={High- and extra-high-projection breast implants: potential consequences for patients.},
  author={J. Tebbetts and S. Teitelbaum},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={126 6},
  pages={
          2150-9
        }
}
All breast implants can potentially have deleterious effects on patients' tissues. Limiting negative tissue consequences and potential uncorrectable deformities requires that surgeons be aware and educate patients regarding potential consequences of various implant designs. High-profile implants have been available for decades, and during the current decade, extra-high-profile implants have become available, but no valid peer-reviewed and published studies have compared the potential tissue… Expand
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