Breast Revision Surgery Perth.

Just.Cos are experts when it comes to Breast revision surgeries in Perth. There are many reasons why women may decide to change their breast implants and our experienced team will be able to help you no matter your desired outcome. These procedures aim to remove or replace existing implants to increase or decrease the size of the breasts, depending on the needs of the client. So, no matter your reason for breast revision surgery, our team will be able to offer you the best range of options and expertise in Perth.

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Enhance your beauty with our premium Breast Revision Surgery Procedures, right here in Perth.

There are many reasons why women may decide to change their Breast Implants. Some may feel unsatisfied with the appearance of their breasts after a previous procedure, while others wish to change the size of their implants. In some cases, women may want to remove their implants entirely- this is usually due to personal concerns or medical related issues.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

Why Choose Just.Cos for Breast Revision surgery?

There are many doctors and surgeons overseas and across Australia who offer breast revision surgery without the necessary training, experience or aftercare. It is simply not worth the risk. All the Surgeons at Just.Cos have received comprehensive focal cosmetic specific training from some of the most experienced Surgeons in Australia and Overseas.

We only use high-quality TGA approved smooth breast implants that come with Australian and international guarantees covering you for ruptures, capsular contracture and BIA-ALCL. Furthermore, all patients receive comprehensive aftercare.

What does Breast Implant Revision mean?

Breast Implant Revision is a type of surgery designed to change the breast implants that a woman already has. There are many reasons why someone may want to change their implants including:

  • wanting a more suitable size
  • they experienced a rupture or capsular contracture.
How will my breasts look after Breast Implant Revision Surgery?

In most cases, your breasts will look different after your revision surgery.

  • Your breasts may sit higher

  • Your inframmary fold (the fold under your breast) may be at a different height.

  • You may have a different implant shape, profile or size. This will also leave you with a different shape and profile

If my breast implants are ruptured, will I need emergency surgery?

No. Patients often come to us after having Breast Implant Surgery with other Surgeons or overseas. Most modern implants form a stable cohesive gel. In silicone implants, the silicone itself will stay contained and won’t be ‘leaking’ like horror stories seen in the early days of breast implants.

Sometimes, ruptured implants will cause discomfort and swelling. Sometimes, it is very evident when an implant has ruptured, but other times it can take months or years to be detected. Even then, ultrasounds may indicate a possible rupture, however, once the implant is removed, it is possible that no rupture is evident.

Finding out that your implant might be ruptured can be a scary experience and it is understandable to feel anxious. However, usually the surgery to correct a rupture is straightforward and involves removing the implant, cleaning the breast pocket and replacing it with a new implant.

Most breast implant manufacturers in Australia offer a replacement warranty for implants if they rupture. So, in many cases, your implant will be provided by the manufacturer at no cost.

How long is recovery for breast revision surgery?

It may take 1-2 weeks to return to work after breast revision surgery. After this time, you should notice your swelling has reduced and you should feel more comfortable. Ensure that you wait a minimum of 4 weeks before returning to any strenuous exercise.

When can I get a breast revision?

It is usually recommended that once you have undergone breast augmentation surgery, you should wait at least 6 months before considering breast revision surgery.

Is it painful to have breast revision surgery?

As you will be sedated, your breast revision surgery will be painless during your procedure. During your recovery, the first 1-2 weeks may come with some discomfort, bruising and swelling. This should subside significantly by the 3rd week and you may be able to return to light lifting and exercise by your 4th week depending on how you feel and recommendations from your surgeon. Additionally, your doctor or surgeon may prescribe you pain medication.

How do I know when I need breast revision surgery?

There are various reasons why you could need to undergo breast revision surgery. For example, you may experience a rupture or feel that your implants are too large or too small for your individual preference. Furthermore, after 10 years you should talk with your surgeon or doctor to determine your suitability for breast revision surgery.

Can breast implants last 20 years?

The premium breast implants used at Just.Cos come with a lifetime guarantee against ruptures and capsular contracture. Depending on the country that you receive the procedure in the implant life may be shorter however, most implants are usually intended to last over a decade.

As time goes on, there may be a higher chance that you could experience a rupture or another type of complication; however, this chance only raises by roughly 1% per year. In many situations, your breast implants can stay in good condition for up to 20 years. For advice on your implants and whether you may need breast revision surgery, contact our friendly team.

How should I sleep after breast revision surgery?

For the first 8-12 weeks following your breast revision surgery, you should sleep on your back. This reduces the risk of damaging your incisions through excessive pressure. It is vital to let your incisions heal in order to recover quickly and efficiently.

Why should I undergo breast revision surgery?

It is not vital that you undergo breast revision surgery, especially within the first 10 years after receiving your implant. The surgery is only necessary if you develop capsular contracture or experience a rupture in your implant. Additionally, some women may not be happy with the size of their implants and may choose a more suitable size based on their needs and their surgeon's recommendations.

Once you have had your breast implants for over 10-20 years, you should consider a consultation with your surgeon. They may be able to give you advice on whether you need breast revision surgery or not.

Breast implants usually last up to 20 years safely depending on the type of implants, the surgeon's experience and where you had the procedure completed. Our experienced surgeons only use premium implants that come with a lifetime guarantee against rupture and capsular contracture.

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