If you are considering undergoing breast implant surgery then it could only be considered normal that you would have some concern around any potential breast implant problems or issues that you may encounter post surgery. You would not be a responsible person if you were willing to undergo a potentially life changing surgery without knowing exactly what you are possibly getting into.
The bad news is that there are many potential breast implant problems that you may run into but the good news is that most women report very few issues outside of the normal healing process once the surgery is complete. In the weeks following your surgery you may encounter a host of problems like fever, wound care, nausea etc. Most of these symptoms are normal and quite temporary and they are symptoms that you could encounter if you were to undergo any type of surgery, not just breast enhancement surgery.
The issues that you need to be aware of though, is that you may potentially run into problems with your implants at any point in time, even years down the road after your surgery. You are essentially putting a foreign object, or in this case a pair of foreign objects, into your body. This can create issues at any time down the road and you should be aware of that.
Some of these issues include breast implant deflation where the breast implant might actually shrink and deflate due to leakage. This can happen instantly all at once or it may occur over the course of several years, it just depends on the type and size of the leak in the implant. If this does occur then the implant will need to be replaced.
Another issue that you might face is called a capsular contracture. This is an issue with scar tissue forming inside of the breast pocket at a higher than normal amount. The scar tissue may contract and deform the breast implant or the breast tissue and create a lot of pain. If this does occur then surgery will be required to fix.
These are two of the most common serious issues that may occur but there are many more. Make sure you consult your doctor for complete information regarding breast implant problems that may occur before you have your surgery. He/she can provide statistics as to how many patients experience each issue as well and like we said above, most women report very few issues but you want to know what is possible before making such an important decision.