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Post by misante on 1st August 2015, 1:14 pm

Hi, ı had to have my ımplants removed due to bc, ı am havıng a fat transfer ın september to even out the scars from my surgery and then my surgeon ıs goıng to replace my ımplants 3 months later, he has been an absolute star so far but im becomıng a bit apprehensive about the implants, does anyone have any exprrience of having implants on the NHS, what type they user
 and what can i expect. Any advice welcome. Thankyou.
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Post by Charlii on 1st August 2015, 4:16 pm

From what I know you will receive the bare minimum necessary. It'll be standard CUIs that they use. These aren't bad implants, but they're not the newest. I'm sure someone will come along soon, but as always, discuss it all with your surgeon to be sure

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Post by misante on 2nd August 2015, 4:37 pm

Thanks Charlii I will.
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Post by mirren001 on 13th August 2015, 1:28 pm

Your surgeon will be able to advise you on type of implants used when you next see him, you'll be in good hands, a lot of surgeons who are consultants within the NHS often work private too.
If this is the case you could perhaps google him & find some reviews that may be of interest/help  to you.
Good Luck & do let us know how you get on. Hug XXX
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