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Are Breast Implants Getting too Big?

Are Breast Implants Getting too Big?

When  do  breast implants become too big?  Patients see pictures and stories on the internet about the world’s largest breast implants and many times there’s no word of caution!  Is this reality?  Are patients asking for huge implants or, are surgeons suggesting  these over-sized implants?

In another exciting  episode of  No Spin News, Dr. William P. Adams, Jr., and expert Australian plastic surgery channel anlayst Dr. Fred Clarke discuss the  topic.  Dr. Clarke says most  patients do not want  large implants and that these large  breast implants  cause many problems.

 

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