Myth: The breast implant warranty becomes void due to the TUBA procedure.
Truth: The warranty remains the same as it does for the traditional methods.
Myth: Performing a TUBA procedure requires going in blind.
Truth: A TUBA procedure uses an endoscope to visually confirm the tunnel and breast pocket in order to place the implant properly.
Myth: The only placement option available with the TUBA method is sub-glandular placement.
Truth: Either sub-glandular or sub-muscular placement is available with the TUBA procedure. Most of our patients have had sub-muscular implant placement.
Myth: Implants cannot be removed through an incision in the navel area.
Truth: Implants can be removed using the same incision, if needed.
Myth: The TUBA procedure results in abdominal pain from trauma and disruption to the abdominal muscles.
Truth: The TUBA procedure does not disrupt the abdominal muscles since the surgery is performed over the muscles. The procedure is less painful than more traditional procedures and has a more rapid recovery time.
Myth: The TUBA procedure cannot be performed if there is an umbilical hernia.
Truth: An umbilical hernia can be repaired during a TUBA procedure.
Myth: The TUBA procedure is not viable option if there have been other abdominal operations.
Truth: As an alternative entry point, old abdominal scars can be used.
Myth: Organs or lungs can be perforated or damaged during the TUBA procedure.
Truth: The procedure is performed through the fat underneath the skin, away from any organs.
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