Breast augmentation can have a positive impact on a woman’s form and self-esteem if performed well by a board-certified plastic surgeon.
It can help her restore her shape to her pre-child-bearing years, or simply make her feel more feminine with increased confidence. Some women prefer subtle changes, some prefer more voluptuous results, but regardless of your desires, it is important that your plastic surgeon has an artistic eye and listens carefully to your goals. Dr. Subbio strives to deliver the best breast implant revision Philadelphia has to offer.
Breast implant revision or corrective breast surgery is a procedure performed to correct previous breast enhancement surgery. Typically it is performed to fix a complication, replace breast implants, or improve the overall aesthetic result. Breast implant revision improves breast shape, removes scar tissue, re-lifts the breast, and improves breast size and overall body proportions. Dr. Subbio has an artistic eye and the gifted hands to deliver truly stunning and artistic results for primary breast augmentation surgery and a breast implant revision.
The surgery is highly customized depending upon the issues you face and the corrections you need. Dr. Subbio will let you know his surgical plan for you prior to the date of your surgery. His goal is always to give you a beautiful result with minimal scarring. The surgery time varies depending on your particular case.
Breast Implant Revision can usually be performed using just a local anesthetic and sedation. While you won’t be fully asleep, you’ll be very relaxed, and you won’t feel any pain. You’ll be groggy afterward, though, so please bring someone along to make sure you get home safely.
All surgeries involve some discomfort after the anesthesia wears off, though. Most of our Philadelphia Breast Implant Revision patients find that the discomfort after is less than they expected, and we’ll give you pain medication to help you get through your recovery as easy as possible. During your recovery, you can text or call Dr. Subbio at any time if you have questions.
You can expect some swelling, bruising, itching, tenderness, and a feeling of tightness for a week or two.
Sutures will either dissolve on their own, or we’ll remove them about a week after your surgery. Breast Implant Revision is usually an outpatient procedure, so after a short period of recovery time, you can go home the same day.
You will wear a special support bra and sleep on your back for about 4 weeks. We ask that you refrain from strenuous exercise or heavy lifting for 4-6 weeks. Most of our Philadelphia Breast Implant Revision patients go back to work within a week, but it will depend upon the extent of your particular surgery.
If you have had a poor result from a previous Breast Augmentation or need to replace breast implants, you might wish to have a Breast Implant Revision.
Sometimes, Breast Implant Revision is needed after a capsular contracture, a complication from Breast Augmentation in which scar tissue forms around the breast implants. In other cases, a woman might wish to change the size or type of her implants. Other women may feel that placement of the implants over the chest muscle has resulted in an unnatural look or feel, so they may decide to have revision surgery to place the implants under the chest muscle.
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You can expect some bruising after Breast Implant Revision, but it should resolve quickly.
There are scars, but Dr. Subbio will try to minimize scarring. When possible, he will open the same incisions as your original surgery. In any case, over time, the scars will also flatten, fade, and become less noticeable.
Definitely! Dr. Subbio is dedicated to making sure you recover as easily as possible with excellent results.
Yes. Your implants and surgery shouldn’t affect breastfeeding.
Yes, for the most part, but it will take a few weeks for all of the swelling to resolve. Until then, you will not be able to see your final results.
Yes. Your implants and surgery do not usually affect mammography.
Today’s implants usually last 10-20 years.
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