Breast matrices, whether acellular dermal matrices (ADMs) or biosynthetics, have enabled improved outcomes in implant-based breast reconstruction and have contributed, in large part, to the revival of the prepectoral breast reconstruction technique. As the number of breast implant procedures has grown, so has the use of breast matrices. However, SmartTRAK believes the side effects and health consequences now associated with breast implants, while rare, will negatively impact breast implant usage and thus reduce the growth rate of breast matrices in 2022 and beyond.
In this informative Outlook article by Doug Devens, SmartTRAK's Product Director and Senior Editor, Wound, Doug covers:
- The Relationship between Breast Surgery and ADM Usage
- Trends in Implant Usage
- Recent Concerns that May Affect Breast Implant Usage
- The Future Outlook for 2022 and Beyond
Breast reconstructions will continue to increase with demographic trends as will the absolute number of implant procedures, as they are still an important tool in breast reconstruction. However, the growth rate of implant procedures faces headwinds. The public appears to be taking closer note of FDA warnings associated with ...
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