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Choose Them Wisely! Breast Implant Revision
Many women pay a lot of attention to the top half of their bodies, in particular, their breasts.
And because of this over the years more and more women have been interested in and received Breast Augmentation Surgery.
But in some cases, women may seek a Breast Implant Revision to help correct any issues that may have occurred due to side effects from their first procedure.
●● BK Plastic Surgery Hospital's Breast Implant Revision
Breast Implant Revision is for any individual who is not satisfied with the results of their previous breast augmentation, experiencing capsular contracture and/or droopiness of the breast caused by the natural aging process. Revisional surgery requires much more delicate techniques than the initial surgery so choosing a specialized surgeon is crucial.
●● Cases Requiring Breast Implant Revision
＃1. Dissatisfied with Breast Size
When previous implants are not suitable to one's current height or body type, or the desired breast size has changed, breast implant revision is considered.
☞ In this case, the previous implants are replaced with the a new implant in the patients desired size. Enough time should be given between the first and second operation.
＃2. Dissatisfied with Breast Shape
When implants are not properly inserted it causes the upper part of the breasts to bulge, and the lower part to appear flat. Asymmetry and an unnatural appearance of the breasts after the initial surgery often require a Breast Implant Revision.
☞ In this case, the previous implants must be removed or detached from the initial location of insertion and be re-positioned into the proper location.
＃3. Leaking Implants
Although leakage of an implant is very rare, individuals with such a condition must consider Breast Implant Revision Surgery.
☞ In this case, the previous silicone gel/saline bag must be removed and a new implant inserted into the proper location.
＃4. Capsular Contracture
Capsular contracture occurs when scar tissue forms around the implant resulting in stiff and painful breasts. Capsular contracture can be considered a normal reaction to breast surgery, but for severe cases possible bleeding and infection can occur.
☞ In this case, the previous implant with the contracted tissue must be removed by creating an incision on the areola or the underside fold of the breast.
All breast surgeries should be done with care, but if you are interested in a Breast Implant Revision it is important to see a specialized surgeon who can perform the operation successfully.
BK Plastic Surgery Hospital's Breast Implant Revision
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