PiP implants have a higher rate of rupture than other brands, The NHS Medical Director’s expert group have reported.
The rate of rupture is between 6 and 12% after five years and rises to 15 to 30% after 10 years. This compares to 10 to 14% after 10 years with other brands of implants.
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