California Mom of 3 Turns to Plastic Surgery to Remove Breast Implants: 'It's a Whole New World'

Kimberly Tegio says she's giving up the breast implants she's had for 15 years because they no longer fit her lifestyle.

Kimberly Tegio got breast implants 15 years ago following the birth of her three children, but she recently opted to remove them, downsizing from a 32F chest.

“I don't like attention on them,” the California yoga instructor told Inside Edition. “I’m ready to take them out and let’s see what I got left.”

The 45-year-old turned to L.A. plastic surgeon Dr. Elliot Hirsch to remove them. 

The doctor says more and more women are coming to him with the same request.

“We've really noticed over the past one to two years that when patients have had implants for a long period of time, they either want them out or want to go smaller,” he told Inside Edition. 

After the brief operation in which he removed the implants, she recovered and Inside Edition checked in with her a month after the surgery. 

"I'm feeling great," she said. "It's a whole new world for me and I love it."