Lauren said in a Tonight special on ITV1: "I thought, 'Oh my God, I'm going to have to have another boob job!' How can 40,000 women be in the same situation now, where we'll either not have an operation and keep them in us and think it might be fine? Or we have to have another major operation to get them taken out."
This isn’t the first time we have documented the TOWIE girls and their love of cosmetic surgery, and we’re sure it won’t be the last.
Since it was recently revealed that the PIP implants were filled with industrial grade silicone as opposed to medical grade, the Department of Health officials state: “They should not have been put in to the human body.” However, there is no proven link between the PIP breast implants and breast cancer.
British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) President, Fazel Fatah, states: “They are substandard, they are defective.” Since experts such as Mr Fatah have confirmed that these PIP implants are not safe to be in the body, all women with PIP implants should be considering the removal of their implants and should contact their original surgery provider to discuss their options.
Here at Liberate we sympathise with all of the women in the UK who may have to go through another surgical procedure to remove these PIP implants. If you do decide to go to a different provider or consultant other than the one who inserted the original PIP implants for you, we urge you to do your research.
Choose a surgeon who you feel comfortable with, someone you can trust and someone who is qualified and experienced. All Liberate surgeons are members of BAAPS and/or BAPRAS and offer a lifetime of aftercare. Liberate cosmetic surgeons would be happy to consult with you regarding the removal of your implants, or replacing them.