Dr. Rosenberg is Maryland’s trusted breast implant revision surgeon, providing services to patients throughout the Maryland and Washington, DC area.
In the majority of breast augmentations, patients will enjoy permanent results without ever needing a correction. However, a breast revision is sometimes necessary after a rupture, injury, or capsular contracture, or even if you simply didn’t get the results you wanted from your breast augmentation the first time around.
Dr. Rosenberg is a dual certified plastic surgeon and has many years of experience performing breast augmentation surgeries in Maryland. If you are unhappy with your current breast augmentation or are experiencing difficulties with a recent augmentation, Dr. Rosenberg can help you.
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While the need for corrective surgery following a breast augmentation is rare, you might consider a breast revision in the following situations:
Before your breast implant revision can begin, Dr. Rosenberg will meet with you during a consultation where he can help determine what needs to be done to help you achieve the look you desire.
If you want a larger or smaller size than was originally implanted, Dr. Rosenberg may replace the current implant with a larger or smaller size using the same incision. If you want smaller breasts, this can be done at the same time as a breast lift.
If your breast augmentation left your breasts uneven, too far apart, too close together, or oddly shaped, you may need to have the shape corrected. Sometimes it is necessary to elevate the nipple or areola in order to set the breasts correctly in a way that looks natural. If this is the case, Dr. Rosenberg will follow the natural curve of your breast crease.
You may be asked to choose different implants that are more conducive to your breast shape, tissue, or construction. The two main types of breast implants are saline and silicone, and each has its own benefits and drawbacks. For a more in-depth preview of your breast implant revision options, see our types of implants page.
When choosing a plastic surgeon for your breast revision, always select a surgeon that is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery and with extensive experience in cosmetic or reconstructive breast surgery.
When you schedule your corrective breast surgery consultation in Maryland, Dr. Rosenberg will perform a comprehensive evaluation and discuss your goals for breast revision, as well as give you a clear understanding of the cost of breast implant revision surgery. View before and after photos of actual patients and schedule your consultation online today.
Some signs that your breast implant has ruptured may be pain, swelling, or firmness that starts to increase over time. You may also notice a change in the shape and size of your breast.
Yes, once the implants are removed they do not need to be replaced. Your breasts will simply return to their natural size and shape.
Your implants may change in shape over time. This can sometimes be due to a condition known as capsular contracture, which is when tissue hardens around the implant.
Most surgeons recommend waiting at least six months after the initial procedure before undergoing a breast revision.
Breast implant removal is generally a safe procedure. However, there is always some level of risk that comes with any surgery.
The alternative to breast implants is a fat transfer breast augmentation. This procedure uses the process of fat grafting, meaning that fat is taken from one area of the body and inserted into the breasts.
Early signs of capsular contracture include pain, asymmetry, or a tightness in the breasts.
Capsular contracture can not be resolves without treatment. Surgery is needed to remove the extra tissue.
It usually will take about two to three weeks for swelling and bruising to subside after breast revision surgery. You should be able to return to work after a week or so.
Breast revision surgery is a procedure that is done after a breast augmentation needs improvement. This often involves replacing the breast implants and reshaping the breasts.
If you feel that your implants are too large, they can be replaced with a smaller size.
Reconstructive surgery is the most effective way to treat capsular contracture.
If left untreated, capsular contracture can worsen and lead to pain and discomfort.
Most surgeons suggest that implants be replaced about every ten years or so.
The most common implant sizes range from 300 to 400 cc. This usually results in breasts somewhere around the size of a C cup.