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Breast Implant Removal with Breast Lift (Mastopexy) Before and After

The outcomes shown are only relevant for this patient and do not necessarily reflect the results other patients may experience, as results may vary due to many factors including the individual’s genetics, diet and exercise.

Patients who previously underwent breast augmentation mammoplasty and may be dissatisfied with their implants or have related issues may benefit from breast implant removal surgery.By removing the breast implant and any associated scar tissue, the operation seeks to rectify any problems that may have occurred. There are several reasons why patients would want to get rid of their implants. Although breast implants have a long lifespan, there is always a chance that individuals who have had breast augmentation mammoplasty surgery in the past could eventually require revision or removal surgery. The decision to remove your implants is quite personal, and many factors can affect it.

While some patients opt to have their implants completely removed for medical or personal reasons, others elect to have them removed and replaced. It is a personal decision, and each patient’s surgical procedure varies based on their unique medical needs and aesthetic objectives.

Because the breast tissue and skin are frequently stretched and can appear droopy after removal, some women may benefit from a breast lift mastopexy in addition to removal. Patients who do not want to replace their implants but want an implant-like aesthetic result could help from breast fat grafting to sculpt and shape the breast contours.

Benefits at a glance

Ideal candidates for breast implant removal

What to expect

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