Women who’ve had breast augmentation surgery in the past are candidates for breast revision surgery to update outdated material and correct an unsatisfying outcome. At her practice in Beverly Hills, California, board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon Linda Li, MD, FACS, has the skills and experience when it comes to breast revision surgery. Call the Beverly Hills office today or use the online tool to set up a consultation.
Breast revision surgery replaces old breast implants with newer versions. The procedure updates the material used in your existing implants and corrects any complaints you have about your previous surgery. During breast revision, you may undergo:
During breast revision, Dr. Li can also replace your existing implants with ones that are a different shape or style.
You may choose breast revision surgery for aesthetic or physical reasons. These include:
Breast implants aren’t made to last forever. They can move, change in shape or size, and lose their natural feel.
Breast revision is customized to your concerns and aesthetic goals. Dr. Li listens carefully to what you hope to achieve with revision surgery and then develops a surgical plan to address all of these issues at the time of your procedure.
Prior to your surgery, Dr. Li reviews your surgical goals, any medical conditions, medicines you're taking, and prior surgeries. She’ll also evaluate your overall health status, examine your existing implants, take photographs, and help you understand what you can expect from your results.
During surgery, you’ll likely be placed under general anesthesia. Dr. Li accesses your implants through one of several approaches. Often an incision is made in the crease under the breast or around the areola. You’ll discuss which one she’ll use prior to your surgery.
Following surgery, the team ensures your vitals are stable before releasing you to recover at home. You’ll be given comprehensive after-care instructions that may include the use of a compression garment to reduce swelling. Dr. Li will let you know when it’s okay to start to return to normal activities but know that full recovery can take up to eight weeks.
If you’re unhappy with a prior breast implant surgery, contact Linda Li, MD, for a breast revision. Call the office today to set up your consultation or use the online tool to schedule.