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Bishop
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Incredible. Are these 100% spherical?
Dr. Plastic
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100% spherical implants do not exist, as they'd protrude and have very little surface of implantation in the chest wall. These are the closest thing you can find to basket balls. About 3/4 of a sphere.
Bishop
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Ahh... Well, I love projection... I guess if this is as close as it gets I love it! Would be interesting to see how 100% spherical looks though. I can just imagine them pinching in extremely toward the body, mmmm
Dr. Plastic
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You can have it by overfilling (dangerous) a very high projection implant.
Dr. Plastic
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Of course manufacturers can make you an implant as round as you wish. Check my latest Bella French post. That's an example of how spherical implants would sit on the rib cage.