When compared to breast implant removal surgery, breast explant surgery is a more complex procedure involving removing the breast implants and the surrounding scar tissue and capsule that has formed around the implant. This procedure is typically performed when a patient is experiencing symptoms of breast implant illness or wishes to have their implants removed for personal reasons.
Breast Implant Removal
When a woman is unhappy with the look or feel of her implants or she is struggling with symptoms of BII (Breast Implant Illness), an explantation procedure can be performed to restore the chest to its natural shape and size. Fat transfer or mastopexy can serve to enhance the final result and ensure a balanced, symmetrical, and aesthetically pleasing outcome.
Looking for the most natural looking breast implants in Miami? There are many aspects to successful breast enhancement surgery. Women seeking an increase in size or shape of their breasts should ask their prospective surgeon many questions before deciding on who will perform their surgery and what type of implants will be used.
About 10% of women suffer from noticeable breast asymmetry, where one breast is larger than the other. While no woman’s breasts are identical in size and shape, it is the degree of difference that can cause distress.
As the female population ages, breast lift procedures are very much in demand at Dr. Joshua Lampert’s plastic surgery practice. Typically mammary gland tissue continues to develop as a young women ages into her early 20's, often creating a fuller and rounder breast. In the mid 30’s, breasts often start an involutional phase and atrophy.
Tired of being top heavy and dealing with the back pain and emotional stress associated with this condition? Women with overly large breasts can greatly improve their health and their appearance through breast reduction surgery.
Revision surgery is used to correct a number of problems connected with breast augmentation. It is estimated that early breast revision surgery in Miami will be desired by 20% of all breast augmentation patients. One of the most frequent reasons for revision surgery is to replace breast implants that the patient feels are the wrong size.
Breast restoration after cancer surgery is a vital part of the rehabilitation process. Women identify strongly with their breasts as a part of their sense of femininity. For some patients, the loss of a breast can have more of a psychological impact than the actual cancer itself. Breast reconstruction surgery is not approached in the same way as cosmetic breast surgery...