Changed Your Mind About Your Implants? Here Are Your Treatment Options
Friday, 16 April 2021

Even if you were very happy with your breast implants for a few years, there may come a point when you would like to have them removed. Some implants can also become twisted or even rupture, and those damaged shells must be taken out immediately to prevent long-term health complications. During the breast implant removal operation, your surgeon can extract all of the foreign material as well as any nearby scar tissue that has developed. If you are worried about sagging breast tissue after the surgery, then you might want to consider adding a breast lift to your procedure as well.

Common Reasons for Removing Implants

 
As your cosmetic goals continue to change and evolve, there may come a point when you would like to remove your breast implants. The breast augmentation procedure has a very high success rate and most patients are happy with the results, but that satisfaction might not last forever. A small percentage of patients also struggle with post-op complications following the implant procedure. Those complaints are more common among patients who have silicone implants, and some say that they constantly struggle with ongoing discomfort, gastrointestinal problems, brain fog, and chronic fatigue.
 
Modern implants are highly durable, but they won’t last forever. As time goes on, an implant can rupture or even become twisted. If the implant has begun to twist or shift, then that can lead to excess scar tissue as well. Those are just a few of the reasons why the breast implant removal operation has become so important. A silicone breast implant removal with breast lift will allow you to restore the natural size of your breasts and improve their placement on your chest.
 

A Look at the Silicone Breast Implant Removal With Breast Lift Procedure

 
This is a relatively complicated procedure, and that is why you should only work with a cosmetic surgeon who has extensive experience with restorative treatments. The very first step in the process is administering a strong sedative or anesthetic so that the patient is fully asleep before the operation starts. The surgeon is then going to make one small incision near the breast tissue so that the implants can be removed. In many cases, the surgeon will follow the original incision so that there is less scar tissue.
 
Once the implant and all of the nearby scar tissue have been removed, the breast lift portion of the procedure will begin. Each breast lift is highly personalized, and no two procedures are identical. During the lift, the surgeon must carefully adjust all of the breast tissue to create a symmetrical and perky bustline. If the nipples or areolas are no longer symmetrical, then those are going to be altered as well. After all of those steps are complete, the incisions will be sutured shut and a compression bandage is placed over the entire treatment site.
 

Following Your Combination Procedure

 
In order to avoid post-op complications, you must spend at least a few days resting in bed. That will give your soft tissue and the incisions time to properly heal. Once the inflammation and discoloration have begun to subside, you should be able to move around on your own as long as you are careful. By the fifth or sixth week, the average patient can resume all activities, and that includes exercising. Before you consider any strenuous activities, you will need to schedule a final checkup with your surgeon so that they can ensure your soft tissue has fully healed.
 
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