Did you know that breast implants are typically designed to last around 8-12 years?
As you approach this point, we strongly recommend getting your implants inspected for ruptures, leaks, or any other damage that can not only affect the way your implants look, but can lead to medical complications, too.
There are many reasons a woman may choose to have her implants replaced: they may have decided they would like a larger or smaller implant, they may be dissatisfied with their previous surgery, they are experiencing problems with their implant, or they may have reached the end of their implant’s lifespan.
Breast implant removal and replace is also known as breast implant revision surgery.
In some cases, women will decide that when they get their implants removed, they would like to maintain their enhanced size, and get them replaced, too. (This differs to explant surgery where a woman removes – but does not replace – her implants.)View our before and after gallery to see how women from all walks of life have chosen to replace their old implants at the time of removal.