Have you had previous breast surgery and are dissatisfied?
Then you could be a good candidate for Corrective Breast Surgery. There are always risks involved when undergoing surgery, and sometimes Corrective Breast Surgery can incur more risks than your original surgery, but these risks are reduced in the hands of a capable and highly experienced surgeon.
What can Corrective Breast Surgery fix?
- Rectify implant displacement
- Capsular contracture (this is when hard breasts need ‘softening’)
- Change implant shape (from round anatomical to teardrop or vice versa)
- Asymmetry and uneven breasts
- Change position of implant (in front or behind the muscle)
- Malposition of implants
- Ruptured or leaking implants
What is Capsular Contracture?
Capsular Contracture is a response from your immune system. It causes hardening of the breast post surgery and statistically occurs in 10% of patients within five years after a breast augmentation. It happens because the breast implants are a foreign material as they are often made of silicone. If you would like to speak to a member of the team at The Star Clinic, we can talk in depth about how Corrective Breast Surgery can fix Capsular Contracture.
Other types of Corrective Breast Surgery
There is also another bracket of procedures that come under ‘Corrective Breast Surgery’. These are outlined below, and are not usually required due to previous surgery:
- Nipple Reduction
- Areola Reduction
- Inverted Nipple Correction
Choose the right surgeon
It is always important, as you will know if you have had previous surgery, to put some thorough research into which plastic surgeon you choose to perform your procedure. Your surgeon should be accredited, recommended, well qualified and highly experienced. As well as these essential points, your surgeon should also be approachable and you should feel very comfortable during your consultation and entire treatment process.
Mr Andrea Marando ticks all of the above boxes and is highly experienced, having performed thousands of breast surgery procedures. If you would like to read some of Mr Marando’s testimonials, please click here. More testimonials can also be found on realself.com.