Can My Body Reject Breast Implants? | Breast Augmentation | The Plastic Surgery Clinic





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Published on Mar 11, 2014


Patients who come to see Dr. Lista for a free consultation for breast augmentation usually have a lot of questions to ask. We know how important it is to have all of the information you need to feel comfortable making a big decision about your health and well-being. That's why Dr. Lista has made this series of video answers to commonly asked questions about all kinds of procedures, including breast augmentation. One question he's asked frequently: can my body reject breast implants? After a breast implant has been placed, the body tends respond in certain ways. In this video, Dr. Lista explains whether or not a body can reject an implant and discusses some of the other complications that can sometimes arise. He also explains how the rate of capsular contracture (a particularly concerning complication) in breast augmentation patients at The Plastic Surgery Clinic is the lowest out of any study ever published around the world.

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

Toll free: 1-866-803-6415


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