Whether you have invested in cosmetic enhancement with saline or silicone implants, you may require breast implant revision. Before and after pictures here on LocateADoc.com can help you see examples of successful revisions. To learn a little more, we have also put together this short description so you can make informed decisions about your next surgery.
Many women seek this procedure if they are unsatisfied with the initial results from the surgery. Other women are satisfied with the initial results, but seek this procedure many years after their first augmentation due to changes with the implants or their body. Implants are designed to augment the size of your breasts, but the quality of their structural integrity can deteriorate over time.
If you are dissatisfied with the results of your breast augmentation you must wait a year for full recovery before undergoing a breast implant revision. The surgical plans will be similar to your first surgery and will utilize existing scars to minimize overall scarring.
What should I expect when preparing for breast implant revision surgery?
- Mammograms should be schedule before and after surgery.
- You should discuss the latest implant options with your surgeon.
- Adjust medications so that you minimize bleeding risks.
We hope this guide helped you learn more about breast implant revision. Before and after pictures can help you see what successful surgeries look like, but to take the next step you should contact a doctor from LocateADoc.com. Browse our surgeon’s profiles today.
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- Avg. Cost: $3375
- Candidate: Small, disproportionate breasts
- Length: 1-2 hours
- Treatment: One
- Results: Permanent possible implant replacement
- Back to Work: 1-2 weeks