The results of breast augmentation change over time. Breast implants may require replacement during your lifetime, so you should plan to have future visits with your plastic surgeon to discuss potential revision procedures.
Women choose breast augmentation for deeply personal reasons. Feeling beautiful is the first thing on a patient’s mind and no woman anticipates having to undergo breast augmentation revision México City due to unsatisfying results.
The breasts can change due to aging, weight fluctuations, hormonal factors and other natural processes. If you become dissatisfied with your breast augmentation results, revision surgery may improve your appearance.
What is Breast Implant Revision?
Breast Implant Revision is a surgical procedure that removes or replaces breast implants placed during breast augmentation. The procedure may be indicated for medical reasons or it may be the patient’s personal choice.
For best results, different cosmetic procedures may be performed during or after breast implant removal. For example, breast implant removal is frequently followed by replacement with a different implant type (such as silicone gel) or breast lift surgery.
While breast augmentation surgery is safe and satisfying for the vast majority of women who undergo the procedure, there are still some women who are displeased with their outcome. By choosing Dr. José Telich Vidal at Plastic Surgery Telich you can be well on your way to a successful augmentation.
Why Breast Implant Revision?
There are many reasons why women choose implant revision:
- Unsatisfying Cosmetic Results
In some cases, a woman may not be happy with her surgical outcome and needs breast implant correction. Other women trade older saline implants for gummy bear breast implants using cohesive silicone gel.
- Capsular Contracture
This complication occurs when the tissue that naturally forms around the breast implant begins to tighten and constrict, creating a hardened breast that feels and looks unnatural – breast implant redo surgery in Mexico City is the solution.
- Implant Deflation or Rupture
Though implant rupture is not very common, it does occur for a small percentage of women. Following your plastic surgeon’s instructions regarding breast care is the first step in preventing a rupture.
Saline and silicone breast implants behave differently when they rupture. The effects of a saline implant rupture are immediately obvious, with the sterile saline being harmlessly absorbed into the body. The current generation of silicone gel implants will maintain their shape if torn or ruptured, so regular MRI screenings are needed to detect rupture.
For a personal consultation or more information on breast implant revision, contact the Mexico City practice of Dr. José Telich.