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Remove and replace of the Right implant after Capsular contracture. 


Capsular contracture is a condition that can occur after breast augmentation surgery, where scar tissue (capsule) forms around the breast implant and begins to tighten or contract. This tightening can lead to various issues, including:


Breast Discomfort: Capsular contracture can cause the breasts to feel firm or hard. This can be uncomfortable and may lead to pain or a feeling of tightness in the chest.

Changes in Breast Appearance: As the capsule contracts, it may distort the shape and appearance of the breast. This can result in the breast looking abnormally high, misshapen, or asymmetrical.

Implant Malposition: In severe cases, capsular contracture can displace the breast implant, causing it to move out of its intended position.

Pain: Some individuals may experience pain or discomfort as a result of capsular contracture, particularly in advanced cases.


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