Breast Implant Risks

Breast Implant Risks

Like most things in life, breast implants aren’t risk-free—so let's get informed!

In these honest and educational Amelia Academy videos, you'll learn the basics about the most common risks, and how concerned you should be about each one.

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Breast Implant Risks
  • How Often Do Breast Implants Rupture?

    A breast implant can rupture for a number of reasons—but the good news is they rarely do.

    In this Amelia Academy video, Dr. Jeremy Pyle explains what would cause a breast implant to rupture, and what to do if it happens to you!

  • Breast Implants and Bottoming Out: What You Should Know!

    Bottoming out is a relatively uncommon breast implant complication—but, there are some things you should know!

    In this Amelia Academy video, Dr. Jeremy Pyle explains exactly what bottoming out is, why it happens to some women with breast implants, and what to do if it happens to you!

  • ALCL and Breast Implants: What You Need to Know

    Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (more often simply called ALCL) is a rare Lymphoma associated with a particular type of breast implant.

    In this Amelia Academy video, Dr. Jeremy Pyle explains exactly what ALCL is, it's association with textured breast implants, and if it...

  • Breast Implants and Capsular Contracture: What You Need to Know!

    Capsular Contracture is an unlikely breast implant complication—but there are still some things you need to know!

    In this Amelia Academy video, Dr. Jeremy Pyle explains what Capsular Contracture is, and the best ways to treat it in the unlikely event it happens to you.

  • Is It Time to Have a Consultation?

    You might know what a consultation is—but did you know there's an ideal time to have one?

    In this educational (AND fun!) Amelia Academy video, Jenny and Gretta walk you through how to tell if you're ready for a one-on-one surgical consultation—and, when the very best time to have one is!

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