Episode 7

Bumps on the Road to Recovery [Candice Barley's Breast Implant Illness Story - Part 5]


September 15th, 2022

23 mins 35 secs

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About this Episode

As Candice recovers, her challenges continue. Severe adhesions send her to a doctor for scar release sessions, but incorrect practice of the technique causes the scars to tether back down.

Knowing a fat transfer is on the horizon, she searches for the least invasive solution as she has several surgeries under her belt. She finds a doctor who performs non-invasive fat transfers, but he injects way more fat than needed, causing her breasts to swell up and become larger than her implants ever were.

When she develops a fever, she makes an emergency trip to California to return to the fat transfer surgeon, which ends with liquidated fat leaking out of her breasts. Dr. Whitfield weighs in on what went wrong, and why fat isn’t something to fear in the hands of a good surgeon.


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About our Breast Implant Illness series

Since 2016, more than 500 women have asked Austin plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Whitfield for help removing their breast implants.

This series is a journey through Dr. Rob’s experience with breast implant illness, from the first shocking discovery through hundreds of unusual cases and surprising clinical breakthroughs.

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Austin’s natural plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Whitfield brings you the true stories of actual patients, navigates through their surgical and non-surgical treatment options, then reveals their chosen path forward and the results they achieved.

Dr. Rob is a board certified plastic surgeon and Austin’s Natural Choice for plastic surgery, laser and energy treatments, and aesthetics.

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