Scientists have constitute an intensify surface for silicone breast implants which could reduce complications and make them less likely to be rejected by the body. In the US alone almost four lakh cosmetic breast augmentations and reconstructions are carried out every year, and the number is burgeoning. Some of these cases are for reconstruction after surgery for breast cancer and can have significant psychological assets. However, around one in five people who has a breast implant suffers from capsular contracture where scar tissue forms and can shrink after the surgery by causing pain, deformity and the need for supplementary surgery. Fluid from the body can also build up, known as a seroma and the scar tissue can also cause leaks in the implants. Capsular contracture is caused by the body opposing the implantation of a foreign commodity. It has already been laid out that rougher surfaces known as textured surfaces reduce the amount of scar tissue formed around breast implants, but the scientists felt that they could improve this by creating a pattern which resembled body's own surface, such as the basal layer of the skin, providing a better environment for the cells to grow on.