Revision Surgery

Did Your Plastic Surgery Go Horribly Wrong?

If you’ve watched the video, you can see how horrific the situation was. Breast augmentations do not always go smoothly the first time around, since there is always the possibility of surgeon errors or postoperative complications. Some implants are incorrectly placed, which can cause them to leak or burst, while some appear to be asymmetrical or uneven. In any case, this problem can be fixed through breast implant revision surgery. If this is something that you need to have, you might want to know how and where you can get the best procedure possible.

Breast implant surgery is one of the most popular and commonly performed surgeries in Las Vegas. Sometimes, however, the surgery doesn’t produce the expected results, or complications arise from the surgery that leave women wishing for different results. If you’ve had breast augmentation surgery but you aren’t happy with the results, we’re here to help you get the results you want. More than anything, patients should be happy with the results of their breast augmentation surgery, and if you aren’t, we can perform revision surgery so that you leave feeling confident and satisfied with the end result. Call us today to schedule a consultation to find out how we can help you.

How to know if revision surgery is right for you

There are a number of reasons why women would opt for revision surgery. Sometimes women opt to have breast augmentation revision surgery to repair damage to their existing breast implants, or they may require to redo the procedure for medical reasons. Some women decide they no longer want their breast implants as they age, or they don’t like the way their breast implants look over time. Each revision surgery is very personal and we make sure our patients have all of the information they need to make a decision that is right for them.

You Don't Like The Way Your Breasts Look

Many women don’t like the way they breasts look after they have had breast augmentation. Some change their mind over time about wanting implants, and some women decide that they prefer to have smaller breasts. Young women often opt for breast implants as a way to enhance their appearance, but later decide they want a different look.

Changing Your Mind On Implant Size or Type

Some women decide they want to increase or decrease their breast implants over time. This may be due to changing trends, personal reasons, or medical reasons. When a woman decides to undergo breast implant revision, it’s usually because their existing breast implants are not providing the level of satisfaction they once did.

Dealing with Breast Implants that are Sagging

While breast implants can change the size and look of breasts, they can’t prevent the natural sagging that takes place. If you are not pleased with the way your breast implants look as you age, you might consider having them removed or replaced with a more natural looking implant for your body type at different stages of life. It’s important to understand the difference between breast augmentation and breast lifts when making decisions about how to proceed with revision breast implants.

Deformity Issues with Existing Implants

While breast implant surgery is often considered routine, some women experience complications, infections, and even deformities. When any of these occur, some women opt for breast implant revision surgery to repair or replace their existing breast implants. Breast implants can shift or become infected, and they can also deflate over time. If you have been in an accident or experienced any trauma to your breasts, this could create a need for revision surgery as well. Some breast implants can even rupture, so it’s important to repair or replace those breast implants as soon as possible. Don’t delay calling our office to discuss your concerns about breast implant deformity or deflation. We can repair or replace your breast implants in no time.

How Can A Breast Implant Revision Benefit Me?

When you contact us to discuss your breast implant revision surgery, we’ll schedule a consultation to discuss your suitability for revision surgery. We’ll consider a number of things including previous breast implant type and size, how much breast tissue is present, your weight, height, and proportions, how many previous surgeries you’ve had, and where your previous surgery was performed. Having breast implant revision surgery is not the same as having breast implants placed the first time. It takes a considerable amount of experience and knowledge to conduct breast implant revision surgery in a way that reduces scar tissue and produces the results you want. If you are feeling insecure because of your existing breast implants, consider having breast implant revision surgery to reduce your breast size, repair any damage, or change the shape of your breasts for the better. We know that enhancing the way your breasts looks can make you look and feel better about yourself, and we know that the process is a very personal procedure. That’s why we treat each patient with kindness and compassion. We work hard to make sure you are happy with your results.

Is Revision Surgery Covered by Health Insurance?

Most insurance plans will not cover breast implant revision surgery because it is considered cosmetic surgery. We offer a number of payment options to ensure our patients get the surgery they need and want. All of the breast implant products we use are covered by lifetime warranties, and if you ever have a problem with your breast implants again in the future, we’ll repair it free of charge.

Schedule Your Consultation

If you have questions or concerns about undergoing breast implant revision surgery, or if you are not happy with the results you got from another surgeon, contact us today. We’d be happy to talk to you about all of your options and how we can work together to get you the results you want and deserve. Our staff is highly trained, very professional, and discreet. We’ll ensure your comfort throughout the consultation process and beyond your breast implant revision surgery. Call  (702) 508-6116 to book your appointment.