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Post by Daisychains on 25th March 2016, 10:00 pm

what made you decide to get them? I think I am going to go with Rajiv Grover for my BA but I also saw and really liked Mrs Kat. The thing that puts me off with her is that she only uses furries and I am just not sure about them. I like the fact they are almost free from cc risk and don't move once placed but am also impatient that they take longer to settle. 

Also this may be a silly point but I worry that if I had to ever have them removed the damage would be worse as they are so stuck. Does any one know if that is true? I have barely any breast tissue as it is! 

So if you've got them, what made you choose them?? :-)
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Re: Ladies with furries...

Post by BkozK on 25th March 2016, 10:42 pm

I had scaring inside my left boob due to a lactating abscess (was the size of an orange and took 3 months to heal). Liked the decreased risk of cc. I was boardering on needing a lift and I really didn't want one so my ps suggested the furries as the silimed do a conical shape, these two would give me (he hoped) enough lift and due to Velcro like action would stay put. I may have to have a lift but if I can hold off till they require changing in 10 years (or longer) then great.
With regards to settling, I think they do this the same as all the other implants it's only the softening that takes longer due to the polyurethane coating, I'm softening a lot more since the 6 month mark. Placement can lengthen the settling time, under muscle takes longer than overs. So if you like the surgeon and implant I wouldn't let the healing process hinder your decision xx
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Post by Charlii on 26th March 2016, 11:29 am

Theyre not stuck permanantly, and with the right surgeon can just as easily be removed and replaced, so dont worry about that!

For me, it sounds like the one thing screaming at you is the 'only' part. One thing we advise girls is that if a surgeon 'only' does one type, be it brand, placement etc, then theyre not thinking about whats best for your body. Ultimately its your decision. Id go away, do a lot of research on the two, maybe speak to Blush as she's further down the line with furries.

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Post by blush89 on 26th March 2016, 9:46 pm

Hey there, 

I had Mrs Kat and thought she was fantastic. She was so honest and really really listened during my consult. She's got a incredible rep too for being a perfectionist. All the hospital staff at spire were praising her over all the other surgeons there. Anyway, would highly recco mend! 


With regard to implant type, she didn't push me into furries at all. She recommend them and explained why (the most simplest being lower chance of CC) but I could still choose regular implants if I wanted too. They definitely don't 'stick' the way you describe. Another benefit of furries is they have less chance of rotation purely because their furry coating sticks to the chest wall. It actually takes over a year of training to use and place furries so the surgeons that offer them are highly skilled. Removal is as simple as a regular implant. 

My furries are a year old nearly and so soft. Can't feel the implants at all, and my boobs jiggle when I walk which I love! They are firmer than normal boobs but so are all implants. Just means they are more perky! 

Anyway, would highly reccommend both Mrs Kat and the implants, xxx
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Post by Daisychains on 27th March 2016, 9:59 pm

Thanks blush that's really helpful. In many ways I preferred Mrs Kat (she was extremely thorough on my consult and she's cheaper) but I just felt a bit unsure about the implants. It's been a while since I saw her so I should make another appointment. Yours look amazing in your Avi!!
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Post by blush89 on 28th March 2016, 9:52 am

It's funny as my second choice was Mr Grover, I live in London so would have been more convenient but yes, he was a lot more pricer! Plus I just clicked so much with Mrs Kat, she was so thorough as you say. She spent about 20 mins measuring me from every angle and was very specific about sizes that were safe and would fit. She actually only offered me three sizes and I went with the middle option, 315cc. So only a tad bigger than what you're looking at. 

Yeah maybe try and pop and see her again so you can ask more about the implants and see what she's says.

And Thankyou! That pic is actually pretty old now, need a new one! Xxx
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