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Dissatisfaction with your breast augmentation can be the result of postoperative complications, a poorly performed surgery, or implant choices that don’t properly complement your body’s natural shape. Women who are dissatisfied with their breast augmentation may choose to replace implants that aren’t providing them with their ideal aesthetic.
A: While most major swelling subsides after six weeks, minor swelling may still persist. This minor swelling can affect the appearance your breasts. Unless it is medically necessary, it is recommended that patients wait at least a year after their original augmentation before undergoing revision surgery.
A: During an implant exchange, your original incision location is utilized, if possible, to avoid creating any additional scarring.
A: Yes. A poor breast appearance may be caused by poorly placed implants. Many women will choose to have their implants moved under the muscle during revision surgery to achieve a more natural breast slope.
A: As long as you are satisfied with the results of your revision surgery, your results should be long lasting. Future complications or natural wear to your implants may require additional correction in about 10 to 15 years.