Breast Implant Removal in Charleston County, SC
Are you unhappy with the way your breast implants have settled over time? Maybe you’re concerned about your breast implants leaking or rupturing. Perhaps you are concerned about breast implant illness. Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery is here to make you feel more comfortable and more confident than ever before.
What is Breast Implant Removal?
Breast implant removal surgery involves taking out breast implants when a patient no longer wants them. This procedure is ideal for women who are unhappy with the result of their breast augmentation, are unhappy with the way their breast implants have settled over time, are concerned about their breast implants due to a leak or rupture, or you may be concerned about breast implant illness. In these cases, breast implant removal surgery is a successful solution. All of our doctors are experts at taking out breast implants! The technique used by all of the Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery surgeons is commonly referred to as en bloc capsulectomy.
En Bloc Capsulectomy
Also referred to as a total capsulectomy. To take out breast implants “en bloc” means to rid the implant and the surrounding tissue together as a single unit. When implants are placed, your body goes into protection mode and forms a capsule around the implant. Attempting to take out the implant and capsule together is important to avoid further contamination of the area. This capsule may contain bacteria or silicone pieces from the breast implant that should not be left in the body.
How Much Does Breast Implant Removal Surgery Cost?
Because this procedure can vary depending on the reason for breast implant removal, and if the patient wants to receive new breast implants or a breast lift at the time of the surgery, costs for the procedure widely vary. You will learn more about the cost of your procedure during your consultation. Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery also offers financing options, including CareCredit®. We accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards as well.
How Is Breast Implant Removal Surgery Performed?
All of the surgeons at Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery are experts at taking out breast implants. Your physician will take out your implant using as small and as few incisions as possible to minimize the potential for scarring. If the implant has ruptured or leaked at all, your plastic surgeon will address any of the concerns or underlying issues caused by the implant. It is possible to have your implants replaced at this time, or you may keep your natural breast tissue. If you do choose to keep your natural breasts, your doctor can rid the excess skin and reposition the breast tissue to lift your breasts.
Can I Replace My Breast Implants After Removal?
Yes, you may have your breast implants replaced immediately after taking out your old ones. Many women wish to replace their implants with a different size or shape than they previously had. This is something that will be discussed during your consultation.
Am I a Candidate for Breast Implant Removal?
If you have concerns about the condition of your current breast implants, then breast implant removal surgery may be right for you. If you would like to replace your breast implants because you are concerned about their size, shape, position, and appearance, your candidacy for the procedure will be discussed during your consultation with the doctor. Ideal candidates are in good health and do not smoke.
Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery is committed to helping you achieve your desired look. If you are interested in learning more about breast implant removal surgery, schedule your consultation today. We are proud to help improve the health and wellness of all patients, friends, and family of Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery.
*Disclaimer: Results will vary by person and are based upon the patient, the procedure, and the compliance with the aftercare program. The content of this website is intended to be general information. It is provided only as a service. It is not medical advice and not intended to be taken as medical advice. The content of this site should not be used to diagnose or treat a medical or health condition and is in no way meant to be a substitute for or delay the seeking of appropriate or professional medical care. Individual results may vary.