Breast Implant Exchange & Lift


Breast implant exchange is a surgery done to replace breast implants, either due to complications with the implant, the implant getting old or personal choice. A breast lift can be done at the same time to improve breast appearance further.



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Depending on the issue that has to be addressed and the patient’s preferences, a breast implant exchange process can range from being very easy to being quite complex. This procedure may entail moving the implant above or below the chest wall muscle, changing the implant’s size, or removing a tight internal scar that may have formed around it (capsulectomy). A peculiar breast shape develops over time when either the breast tissue or the implants themselves begin to sag. Numerous factors, such as normal ageing, pregnancy, or weight¬† fluctuations, might be to blame for this. Mastopexy in breast-implant users may mean an implant revision in conjunction with breast lift surgery. Again, the decision is extremely individualised, and selecting the best uplift procedure will take into account all the many factors that lead to breast sagging.¬†

 

Procedure Details:

  • Expected Surgery Time: 3 hours
  • Done Under: General Anaesthesia
  • Hospitalisation: day
  • Drains Required: No hours
  • Supporting Garment: Sports bra for 6 weeks post procedure

Follow-Up Details:

  • Next Follow-up: 1st week and 2nd week after discharge
  • Return to light work: 2-3 weeks after discharge
  • Return to moderately heavy physical work: 4 weeks after discharge
  • Return to heavy physical work (workout): 6 weeks after discharge

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