Not all augmentations turn out as expected.
The goal of breast revision surgery is to provide you with the natural results you desired when you decided to undergo breast augmentation. Although a skilled breast surgeon should be able to give you the breasts you envisioned the first time around, this unfortunately is not always the case. If you are currently experiencing any medical or cosmetic issues with your breasts, Dr. Afrooz specializes in handling these types of surgeries and can help you achieve the breasts you want.
Do you need a revision surgery? Talk to us.
If you are not currently pregnant or breastfeeding and have any of the following issues, you may be a good candidate for breast revision surgery:
- Symmastia: Also known as “uniboob,” this problem can occur when the skin between the breasts does not adhere to the sternum, causing the skin to bridge between the two breasts.
- Capsular contracture: Capsular contracture occurs when the tissue around the breast shrinks and hardens. This condition can not only make you feel self-conscious; it can be painful.
- “Double bubble”: This can occur when the breast implant position rises, causing the skin on the lower breast to sag and create the appearance of one bubble on top of another.
How much is breast revision surgery?
Breast revision surgery may not be covered by health insurance unless associated with breast reconstruction. The overall costs of breast revision will vary from person to person because it is a personalized procedure. Financing options are available to those who wish to have the procedure.