Hello, As you said, the surface of the prostheses in the form of drops becomes rough. Those with rough surfaces rarely develop lymphomas (but this is not only specific to silicones, it may also be due to orthopedic devices), I think there is no need to change your annual checks unless you neglect them, if there is no formal problem, you do not need to be satisfied. But be sure to have annual checks
Let's use the word lymphoma instead of cancer ... The rough surface, which is not only in the bead but also in the round prosthesis, is held responsible for this disease and the probability of its occurrence is very low .... It will be enough to follow up and if you do not have a problem right now, change is not necessary ...
Hello Capsule contracture, fluid accumulation, no need to change as long as there are no symptoms of pain. You should be on follow-up, if you have your annual ultrasounds done regularly, you will not have any problems.
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Hello, Cases of lymphoma due to a type of immune system reaction called ALCL associated with rough surface implants have been reported rarely. This is associated with the vast majority of cases, an implant surface purtukl brand uses aggressive techniques to all of Europe, especially France, the United States and Turkey has been removed from the market. A warning was issued for patients with this brand of prostheses and they were recommended to come for control, but there is no consensus on the removal of implants, especially in the vast majority of patients who did not have any problems. If these patients do not neglect their controls, they continue their lives with their implants. Find out your implant brand. These cases are especially seen after an average of 5 years after the first operation. Therefore, do not hinder your controls as your implant ages. Have your regular ultrasounds and MRI scans every 3 years. Be alert to conditions such as sudden swelling, increased fluid around the implant, and widespread redness in one or both breasts and go for control without delay. Otherwise, there is no scientific consensus that you will need to remove and replace your implants. Respects.
Hello, if you do not have any complaints, you do not need to change it, but you can have a breast ultrasound for preventive purposes. You can contact me on 0538 928 3474 for detailed information.
Hello Mrs. Damla, thanks for your question. According to current information, if you do not have any complaints, there is no suggestion for removing or replacing the prostheses. In case of breast swelling or pain, please consult a Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon. I wish you a healthy and beautiful day. Kiss. Dr. M. Hakan BULAM, Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Specialist M. Hakan BULAM, MD, FEBOPRAS, Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon
Hello, it will be appropriate to follow your doctor and act in accordance with his recommendations. Dr. Zafer ATAKAN Clinic
Hello, rough surface rough with Allrrg prostheses, including Turkey, withdrew from the market, with a suspicion of cancer is very rare. The problem is not that it drops, it is not something special for France. In this case, I am sure that you have a document of the prosthesis used in you, you can also investigate with this, but strict follow-up is recommended instead of prosthesis replacement