Revised Breast Augmentation In Thailand

If you have already had breast implant surgery and want to adjust the size of your implants, a revision augmentation is required. Furthermore, a revision is the only way to treat rippling, implant rupture, or excess scar development known as capsular contracture. Revisional breast surgery aims to restore soft, symmetrical breasts.
Revisional surgery often entails either removing the scar tissue that forms around an implant, known as a capsulectomy, or releasing the scar tissue, known as a capsulotomy. These two operations aim to recreate the pocket or space in which the implant sits, restoring a more natural feel and appearance. In certain situations, a revision can be performed via your prior scars, but additional incisions are frequently required, especially if excess skin is to be removed at the same time. Depending on how long your implants have been in place, you may want to replace them with a new set.
Time required for operation: 1-3 hours.
Anesthesia used: Breast augmentation is done under general anesthesia.
1 night in the hospital or clinic
Thailand trip duration: 7 days
Complications and risks:
Unfavorable scarring, bleeding (hematoma), infection, poor healing of incisions, changes in nipple or breast sensation, which may be temporary or permanent, capsular contracture, which is the formation of firm scar tissue around the implant, implant leakage or rupture, wrinkling of the skin over the implant, anesthesia risks, fluid accumulation, blood clots, pain, deep vein thrombosis, cardiac anesthesia
Recovery Period: Most patients resume normal activity within the first week, however exercise is restricted for the next four weeks.
Preparation for Surgery:

  • During the consultation, a medical history evaluation (any allergies, major medical conditions, and all medications taken, both prescribed and non-prescribed), physical examination, and laboratory testing will be done.
  • Avoid smoking for around 3-4 weeks before surgery, since nicotine interferes with circulation and has a negative impact on the healing process.
  • Stop consuming alcohol a week before surgery and for the duration of your recuperation.
  • Hormones, anticoagulants, anabolic steroids, and supplements should be avoided for at least 4-6 weeks before to surgery to avoid complicating medical concerns, and aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements should also be avoided since they can increase bleeding.