Seroma is something that forms after any surgery. It’s just the accumulation of fluid in pockets. And it’s commonly seen after breast augmentation. So why exactly does this happen? Well, you’ll find out the answer to this question here.
Breast implants do not pop, as in burst. But they can rupture. In other words, a weak point in the shell of your implant may tear or develop a hole. When this happens, the filling of the implant begins to leak out.