amylynn68@att.net SAID:

In Nov 2013 I had a left breast re-augmentation to remove a 150 cc silicone implant that had become encapsulated. We agreed on a 700 cc silicone implant for replacement. At the same time I had a right breast augmentation using a 650 cc silicone implant.

Overall the surgery went well, however, the left breast is still much smaller than the right. My husband says math doesn’t life. He he removed 150 cc and replaced with 700 cc the net is 550 cc leaving the left breast still 100 cc short of the right.

My question is…is there a way to tell if the correct implant was used on each side? Could he have mixed them up? Can it checked without surgery?

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