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Revisionary Breast Surgery

What is Revisionary Breast Surgery?

Revisionary breast surgery is a type of cosmetic or reconstructive breast surgery that is performed to correct or improve the results of a previous breast surgery. It may be necessary if the original breast surgery results in complications or if the patient is not satisfied with the outcome. Revisionary breast surgery can involve various techniques, such as removing or replacing breast implants, adjusting the placement of the implants, reshaping the breast tissue, or correcting asymmetry.


The duration of the procedure can range from a few hours to several hours, depending on the complexity of the revision. The surgeon will provide an estimated timeframe for the surgery based on the specific needs of the patient and the surgical plan.


The length of the recovery period can vary, but most patients can return to work and resume normal activities within a few weeks of the surgery. Patients may experience some discomfort, swelling, and bruising in the days and weeks following the surgery.


The most common type of anesthesia used for revisionary breast surgery is general anesthesia. This involves administering medication through an IV or a mask to put the patient into a deep sleep.

Benefits of Revisionary Breast Surgery

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check Enhanced self-confidence

check Improved aesthetic appearance

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check Increased comfort

check Improved breast health

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Who Qualifies for Revisionary Breast Surgery?

Revisionary breast surgery is typically performed for patients who have previously undergone breast surgery and are experiencing complications or are not satisfied with the results. Patients who are in good overall health, fully healed from their previous surgery, have realistic expectations, are willing to follow post-operative instructions, and are dissatisfied with their previous results may be candidates for the procedure. It is important to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon to determine if revisionary breast surgery is appropriate for your individual needs and circumstances.

How to Prepare for Revisionary Breast Surgery?

What Are Common Implant-related Complications?

Common implant related complications include scar tissue formation around the implant, rippling, imbalanced placement and/or shape, deflation, and dissatisfaction with size. Just as body types vary, so will treatment. The surgery you need may be similar to your primary breast augmentation or it may be entirely different depending on your condition and expectations. Fat grafting or implant-free breast augmentation is an excellent option for patients who are looking to increase the size of their primary implant surgery. Some women may also require a breast lift to raise and firm their breasts as part of their revisionary breast surgery treatment.

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