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FAQ – Implant Replacement After 10 Years

FAQ – Implant Replacement After 10 Years

One of the most frequently asked plastic surgery questions is whether or not breast implants need to be replaced after 10 years. While 10 years is an important milestone and should inspire patients to check-up on their augmentation with their surgeon, implants themselves – notably modern implants – are lifetime devices.

Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Luis Rios answers this common question on the latest PSC FAQ.

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