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During your consultation, an important question that you need to ask your surgeon is whether or not they follow the 14-Point-Plan.
What is the 14-Point Plan
The 14-Point-Plan is designed to minimize the number of bacteria that can contaminate breast implants at the time of surgery. It was first published in 2013 and has since been widely adopted all around the world. Bacterial contamination of breast implants at the time of surgery has been shown to cause capsular contracture – hardening, pain, and deformity following breast implant surgery.
The 14-Point-Plan outlines strategies that can be incorporated into breast implant surgery that reduce the number of bacteria that can contaminate the breast implant surface.
Here you can see a funnel is being used to place the breast implant into the dissected pocket.