What To Know About A Breast Revision

Breast Implant Revision Salt Lake City & Layton, UT If you got your breasts done several years ago and you were never happy or are no longer aren’t satisfied with them, then Dr. York Yates can help. Although Dr. Yates believes that breast implant revisions are better if they are prevented rather than treated, there are still ways to make sure that you get an outcome that makes you happy. Dr. Yates, an expert in breast revision surgery, is here to help.

Signs That You Need a Breast Revision

If you had breast augmentation done and came out with any of these things, there might be additional surgical or nonsurgical options that can help. Signs include:

  • Breast asymmetry
  • Dissatisfaction with breast implant size or shape
  • Breast implant rupture or deflation
  • Rippling – implant wrinkling being visible through the skin
  • Symmastia
  • Capsular contracture
  • Poor scarring

Surgical Options

The type of breast revision surgery that will have to perform depends on the specific concern that you have. During your initial consultation with Dr. Yates, he will be able to determine which procedure will give you the best results possible. Changes can be made to the skin envelope, the implant pocket, or the implants themselves.

It can be an awful feeling to get surgery done but be dissatisfied with your results. If you got a breast augmentation done by another surgeon and aren’t happy with your results, let Dr. Yates help you. Similarly, if we performed your breast augmentation and there are any issues at all, please let us know. To learn more about breast revisions, contact us at our Layton office and call (801) 525-8741.

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