If you’re unhappy with the results of your breast augmentation surgery, you do have options. In cases where the outcome of breast enhancement is less than expected, and patients don’t feel as confident as they’d hoped, it is possible to correct the problem. However, patients should be sure to ask their plastic surgeon – How soon can I schedule a revision for my breast augmentation procedure.
Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that is done to enhance the size and shape of the breasts. It is a common procedure for women who want to restore the youthful contours and definition to their breasts.
Breast augmentation revision
Breast augmentation revision may be requested for cosmetic or medical reasons. The procedure is often done by women that are unhappy with the results of their initial surgery, or are experiencing complications with the implants, such as capsular contracture. Patients may opt to remove or replace the existing breast implants.
When should you have revision breast augmentation?
The final results of breast augmentation can take up to 3 months to show. Patients are therefore advised not to consider any revision until the breasts have settled into their final position, and normal shape. As a general rule, doctors recommend that patients wait at least 6-12 months before undergoing another breast augmentation procedure.
If you are considering breast augmentation revision, be sure to discuss the procedure very carefully with your plastic surgeon, in order to get the results you desire this time around.
Clients in northern California can contact Dr. Rudy Coscia, in Sacramento, CA, to learn more about breast augmentation revision.
Call 916-929-1833 today to schedule an appointment at our Sacramento office, or call 916-773-5559 for our office in Roseville.