Breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery procedure in the US partly because it has such a high success and approval rate. On the independent rating sites, breast augmentation has an approval rating of 92%. But not all women are happy with their experience, and some women who are initially happy may see results change over time.
If you are unhappy with the results of your breast augmentation surgery, you may be considering revision surgery. Most often, women seek revision because:
- Want a different size or style of breast implant
- Have unevenness or asymmetry
- Capsular contracture (firmness of breasts, may be painful or look unnatural)
In some cases, you may want to see the surgeon who performed your initial procedure, but in other cases you may not feel comfortable having the same surgeon correct your results. Our surgeons have extensive experience correcting the results of other plastic surgeons, and can help you whether you had your original procedure with us or another surgeon.
Before you consider revision breast augmentation, it's important to make sure you're actually seeing the final results of your procedure. Breast augmentation can take six months or a year to reach its final results. Make sure you wait this long before talking to surgeons about revision surgery–often you'll be happy you did!
To talk to a plastic surgeon in Atlanta about revision breast augmentation, please contact Marietta Plastic Surgery for an appointment at our Marietta or Woodstock location.