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Tampa, FL

Under the Muscle and fluff?

I have been reading that submuscular implants will drop over the first year and appear bigger as time goes on, is this true?
I have saline implants, 310 filled to 335 and 345 - I am happy with the 34D that it has made me, but I am just hoping that they don't get much bigger then that? thanks for your thoughts and opinions...

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Southlake, TX
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  Not true in my expeience
May 19, 2009 8:39 PM

The implants start to drop after the 3rd week or so. At about that time, swelling subsides. The implants do improve in appearance over the next year, and they fill out in the lower (more)
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