Thinning of butt tissue over time after silicone implants
With famous celebrities and even culture figures flaunting the impressive result of buttock augmentation, it is not surprising that more and more women want to have their buttocks enhanced and improved. But before any intervention performed on your buttock, you will be lectured by your surgeon about the details of the procedure, the complications, the realistic expectations and the life expectancy of the implants.
If you have silicone implants and you’ve been diagnosed with thinning of the tissue after just three years, then you might think that it is because of aging. But no, the complication might arise due to the implant itself and not because of natural factors.
There are studies and real-life cases that show that large silicone implants exert constant pressure on the surrounding areas, coupled with the pressure made by the underlying fluids. This triggers the thinning of the butt tissue. The implants can be replaced. However, not all patients can be an ideal candidate for the procedure due to a number of factors to be considered. If you decide to still go for implant removal, your muscle has the tendency to bounce out and your skin can become wobbly, leaving you with very flawed shaped buttocks.