Are Drains Needed in Breast Augmentation? | The Plastic Surgery Clinic





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Published on Jan 3, 2014


When our patients come in for breast augmentation, many of them ask why we use drains after surgery when other surgeons don't. In this video blog, Dr. Lista explains what the drain is, what it looks like and how it functions. He describes how the drain can help to drastically lower the risks associated with breast implants, including capsular contracture. It's one way that The Plastic Surgery Clinic is able to limit the rate of capsular contracture in our patients to 1.3% - the lowest rate in any study ever published.

The Plastic Surgery Clinic has two convenient locations in Toronto:
Mississauga - 1421 Hurontario Street
Yorkville - 67 Scollard Street

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