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CMH or MHP???

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Post by LouiseR11 on 2nd August 2012, 7:22 am

I,

I have had implants the last 11 years and i am having them replaced.

The surgeoun suggest CMH would be best for me and arounf the 460 cc or 525 cc. I would never have gone for a 100% filled implnt and now i am relly concerned of them looking very fake and being far too firm. He did not have any for me to feel. it is in the transform in Belfast.

Would there be a very big difference in firmness??



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Post by John Davison on 10th August 2012, 10:14 am

Hi, I generally do not use CMH implants. It is fair to say that anatomical implants are slightly firmer than round. Also the filling and gel type effects how firm the breast feels. Women who have had one type previously often notice a difgference- but basically it is a very minor change and really not much to worry about at all. You may not even notice. (depends mainly on how much bigger these implants are than your exsiting implants, that is the main factor).

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