What is id Revision Breast Surgery?
Revision Breast Surgery is operated when you have a capsular contracture, asymmetrical breast shape, or ruptured implant after having a breast surgery, or when you’re not satisfied with the size and shape of your breasts.
Since Revision Breast Surgery is more complicated than the previous surgery, a careful decision should be made to make it your last surgery. Therefore, it is necessary to have a skilled specialist operate the surgery.
What is Capsular Contracture?
Capsular contracture is a breast augmentation complication. It develops when internal scar tissue forms a tight or constricting capsule around a breast implant, contracting it until it becomes misshapen, hard, and painful. However, it is caused by things such as excess bleeding, infection, or lack of post-operative implant massages.
Time for Revision Breast Surgery
In general, it is better to have a revision surgery from 6 months up to 1 year later after the first surgery – when the shape and breast tissues are settled in.
The implant can be ruptured or deformed depending on individuals, and the surgery might have to be done earlier.
Time for a revision surgery must be applied differently depending on the conditions, and it is recommended to have enough consultation with a doctor specialized in breast plastic surgery.
id Revision Breast Surgery – Surgical Methods by Causes
Features of Revision Breast Surgery
Precise analysis on causes of revision breast surgery through high-tech devices
Need for revision surgery is caused by various reasons such as shape, texture, and asymmetry. Using breast ultrasonography, precise analysis is done for identifying the causes, and a thorough plan before surgery creates beautiful breasts.
Minimal incisions for revision to operate a safe surgery without tissue damage
Minimal incisions that don’t cause tissue damage are made to insert the implant to the exact position through a full HD endoscope. It creates tear drop Y-line breasts that are healthy and natural-looking.
Removal of stitches
About 10 days after