Possible reasons for removal include infection and implant extrusion as well as asymmetry due to sciatic nerve pressure from capsular contracture (a hard capsule of scar tissue around the implant) or malposition in which one side is higher than another causing an uneven appearance that may lead down below the waistline. There are situations that call for corrective surgery with potential outcomes including fat transfer operations, if applicable.” One solution may be a autopsrosthesis procedure. This is where tissue from elsewhere in the body will be used to give you a shapely derriere.
Problematic butt implants can be replaced with new ones, but you’ll need to wait approximately six months in order for your body to heal and become pliable enough. About 20% of butt implant removal patients develop a seroma (a buildup of fluid) during the recovery period. Other wound healing complications, like infection, are also possible. Recovery time and instructions will be determined with whatever procedure you decide to get done. Always listen to Dr. Mallol, as he will give you a personalized healing plan.