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Breast Implant Removal Miami

 

What is breast implant removal in Miami?

Breast implant removal (also called explant surgery) is a medical procedure performed to remove one or both breast implants from the body. In many cases, it is possible to replace the removed implant with a new one, should the patient so desire. In some cases, stretching, lifting or removing part of the tissue or skin may be necessary to achieve a more natural appearance post-surgery. In these more complex cases, subsequent surgeries will likely be required.

Reasons to do a breast implant removal in Miami

There are several reasons a patient may decide to have their breast implants removed. At times, an explant removal is medically indicated. Other times, a patient may simply no longer desire to have their implants. Our professionals are here to help you make this decision by informing you of all the options that are available to you.
Some of the reasons a patient may undergo breast implant removal surgery include, but are not limited to:

  • Damage to the implant, in which case removal of the implant is medically necessary.
  • Scar tissue normally forms around an implant. If the scar tissue hardens it may cause pain or discomfort, in which case a patient may desire to remove or replace their implants.
  • Infection, bruising, or alterations in the position and shape of the implant. In such a case, the physician will assess the need for removal or retouching of the implants.
  • In case of suspicion of disease potentially caused by the breast implants, and after thorough discussion with the physician, it may be recommended to remove the implants.
  • Pain or discomfort as a result of the implant. If you are not comfortable with the sensation, you may choose to have your breast implants removed.
  • Aesthetics or self-perception of the body. A patient’s body and/or aesthetic opinion may change with time. In these cases, a patient may desire to remove their implants.

Preparation for breast implant removal Miami

Any necessary preparation before the extraction of the breast implants will be explained in detail by our professionals. The surgery will most likely require the patient to be fasting for a certain number of hours prior to surgery. Having a companion to accompany you home and to stay with you during your first night of recovery will make things easier. Remember to inform our professionals of any medications or supplements you may take, as some of these need to be discontinued prior to your surgery.

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What is breast implant removal surgery like?

Our professionals will thoroughly explain your surgical procedure in advance and ensure you are well prepared for your surgery and recovery. Specific surgical steps will depend on the complexity of the case. Some factors that may play a role are the type of implant used, the amount of scar tissue, and whether or not you desire to replace your implants. Generally, a breast removal surgery will consist of the following steps:

  • You will likely receive general anesthesia to keep you sedated and comfortable throughout the surgery.
  • An incision will be made in the same location as the initial breast augmentation or in a new location under the breast. Next, the implant and any scar tissue will be removed.
  • If you do not desire replacement of your implants, the breast tissue may be reshaped by removing excess skin or stretching some breast tissue. These steps significantly improve the appearance of the breast post-explant. If you desire replacement of your implants, the physician will place the new implants.
  • The physician will then close the incision with stitches, medical tape, or surgical glue. If necessary, a drain will be placed to absorb any additional fluid.
  • After surgery, you will wear a bandage or compression garment to support the healing process.

What to expect during recovery from breast implant removal

Our team of professionals will provide you with all the necessary post-surgery instructions to ensure your healing process progresses smoothly. The most challenging part of recovery will be the first few days post-surgery. After the breast implant removal surgery, you will wear a bandage or compression garment to support the healing process. You will likely experience bruising and pain following the procedure. Placing ice over your breasts or taking a pain reliever may be recommended post-surgery. Our professionals will demonstrate what movements and exercises are recommended. By following our recommendations, we can ensure you maintain mobility without risking injury or complications.

Am I a good candidate for Miami breast implant removal?

At times, an explant removal surgery is medically indicated. If your physician has counseled you to have your implants removed, we strongly encourage you to follow their recommendation. Whether you are looking to remove your implants for cosmetic or health reasons, Miami Florida breast implant removal surgery is here to guide you along your journey. Please reach out to schedule a consultation so we may provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.

What is the price of breast implant removal in Miami?

The cost of a breast implant removal surgery depends on the complexity of the clinical case and will be determined on an individual basis. Several factors may influence the surgery cost, including whether the patient desires their implants to be replaced and whether the patient desires an additional fat transfer procedure to reshape the breasts. Other factors that play a role in the surgical procedure and therefore cost of the procedure include the patient’s previous scars, the desired breast volume, and the elasticity of the patient’s skin. Please do not hesitate to contact our professionals for a consultation.

Breast implant removal: risks and precautions

The risks associated with breast implant removal surgery are the same as for any other surgery. For example, allergic reactions to anesthesia, bleeding, infection, and bruising are typical risks of any surgery. Other possible complications include hematoma (accumulation of blood) and changes in skin sensation. Despite preventative measures, such as perioperative antibiotics and antiseptic techniques, there is always a slight chance of infection at any surgery site. It is also important to consider that the size and shape of your breast may differ from what they were before implant placement. For example, your breasts may sag or droop, and your nipple position may be different than before implant placement. Your skin may have stretched or hardened due to breast scarring. These changes may be addressed with subsequent surgeries or as part of your implant removal surgery. If you are interested in a breast implant removal surgery, please get in touch with us to schedule a consultation with our professionals.

Frequently Asked Questions About Breast Implant Removal Miami

The risks associated with breast implant removal surgery are the same as for any other surgery. This surgery includes the same risks and precautions as a breast augmentation or other cosmetic surgery.

If your physician has counseled you to have your implants removed, we strongly encourage you to follow their recommendation. In these situations, removing your implants is required to prevent any complications or injuries. If you desire to replace the implants you currently have with new ones, please consult our professionals so we can help you achieve the aesthetic you are looking for. Seeking professional guidance is especially important as your breasts will look different post-explant surgery.

If you regret your explant surgery, you have the opportunity to place new implants approximately three months after your explant surgery.

The explant procedure generally takes 2 to 3 hours, but the exact duration depends on each patient and their body. The surgery is performed under general anesthesia in an outpatient setting, meaning the surgery does not require hospitalization.

Our professionals do not recommend performing an explant surgery and fat transfer procedure at the same time. If you desire a fat transfer procedure to change the shape and size of your breasts, it is best to allow some time for your body to heal after the explant surgery before scheduling a fat transfer procedure. Another option is to replace the implants you currently have with new ones. This procedure can be performed at the same time.

Yes, it is possible to combine several procedures at once. Many women choose to have liposuction, a butt lift, or some facial procedures done at the same time. Keep in mind, a Doctor’s approval is always required prior to these surgeries.

It is important to rest and avoid physical exercise or strenuous activities for about four weeks. You may begin activities that are not too strenuous some time before. After four weeks, you can presume regular exercise under the supervision of your physicians.

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