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Sisters Chelsey and Malissa are going under the knife together to get breast implants at the same time.
The siblings, who say they do everything together, tell The Doctors that getting implants on the same day will be a memorable experience that they look forward to telling their future kids about.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Matthew Schulman explains that they are undergoing a rapid recovery breast augmentation, which he says involves a quicker surgery, recovery and involves less pain. The entire procedure only takes mere minutes.
Only 6 weeks after the surgery, the sisters tell The Doctors that they are both extremely happy with the results and happy they experienced it together.
According to Dr. Schulman, these implants can last forever and should not affect the ability to breastfeed.