Breast Capsular Contracture Repair Surgery Perth.

Just.Cos are experts when it comes to Breast capsular contracture repair surgeries in Perth. The procedure aims to reduce chronic pain and breast distortion by repairing a capsular contracture. Capsular contracture may result from breast implant surgery.

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When the body recognises a foreign object, it will form a capsule around it. Sometimes, this capsule may become unusually hard or dense. This condition is referred to as capsular contracture and may cause chronic pain and breast distortion (the breast may rise higher on the chest).

Rest assured that our team of experienced surgeons have unparalleled expertise when it comes to breast capsular contracture repair surgeries in Perth. Each of our surgeons have several years of experience performing this procedure and completely understand that patient satisfaction, care, comfort and safety should never be compromised. We want you to understand what is involved with the surgery and how it may benefit you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find below some of the most frequently asked questions we hear about Breast Capsular Contracture Repair Surgery Procedures, from our customers in Perth.

How do they fix capsular contracture?

In order to fix capsular contracture, your surgeon will remove your old breast implants and the scar tissue that has hardened. Once this is complete, you will receive new breast implants.

How long is recovery from capsular contracture surgery?

There is a short recovery period after you receive breast capsular contracture repair surgery. This time frame is around 1-2 weeks; however, this can be longer depending on the extent of your surgery. You may endure some discomfort and mild pain or swelling around the treated site after your surgery. Your doctor or surgeon may offer you pain medication for use during the first week of your recovery.

How can I tell if I have capsular contracture?

The main indicator of capsular contracture is the tightness of the breast. This may continue to get worse over time and you may notice that your breast implant becomes distorted. Also, you may notice some rippling around your breast.

If you have noticed any of these occurrences after your breast implant surgery, please contact our friendly team today. When you book a consultation with us, we can determine the best course of action to meet your needs.

Does insurance cover capsular contracture?

Capsular contracture may be covered by insurance depending on your severity. Grade 3 or 4 is usually the minimum level of this condition to be covered by insurance. Additionally, if you have been receiving chronic breast pain as a result of your breast implants, you may be entitled to cover. For more information, contact our health insurance provider.

Can breast implants last 20 years?

Today’s breast implants are usually designed to last over a decade. As time goes on, there is a greater chance that you could experience a rupture; however, this is only by roughly 1% a year. In many scenarios, your breast implants can stay in good condition for 20 years. For advice on your implants and whether they may need changing, contact our friendly team today.

When can you get capsular contracture?

You can develop capsular contracture at any time after receiving breast augmentation surgery. Depending on the severity of your condition, you may be advised to have surgery. Book a consultation with one of our friendly surgeons to determine whether you are in need of breast capsular contracture repair surgery.

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