Dr. Michael Cohen comments on a recent FDA statement about the longevity of breast implants. The recent FDA statement suggests that 1 in 5 women with breast implants will need to replace them within 10 years. Dr. Cohen states that this is only the case for a small percentage of women (about 20%). The reasons …Read More
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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Article courtesy of WJZ/CBS Baltimore, July 2011. FDA Study About Silicone Breast Implants Raises Concerns TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A new warning from the Food and Drug Administration about silicone breast implant complications has left some women with questions. Andrea Fujii explains whether there’s a need for concern. Research from the FDA shows one in …Read More
"A recent report by the FDA has found that silicone breast implants are safe and effective when used as labeled for women over the age of 22 for breast augmentation and for all women in breast reconstruction. However, the FDA has stated that one out of five women will need to have their implants replaced …Read More