Is it necessary to have a ruptured implant removed?
One of my silicone implants has ruptured. I have had no side effects or symptoms. An MRI report states that, 'No leakage of implant material into the breast or chest wall evident.' I had sent inquiries to several surgeons about having surgery again. One of them suggested that it is not necessary to replace the implant. Is this true? I am very concerned about capsular contracture, especially since I have read that it is more common in secondary surgeries. Is this also true?