Everything You Need to Know About Breast Implant Removal
Breast implant removal procedures are far more common than most people realize. The desire for more pronounced and supple breasts tends to be more prevalent among individuals aged between their 20s and 40s. Afterwards it is incredibly common to want to revert to a more natural-looking breast. Below you’ll find more info about breast implant removal and how it’s done.
You Always Have the Option of Full Removal or Replacement
If you’ve become overly accustomed to having implants but do not want them removed entirely, you can always replace your breast implants with a smaller size. Body goals and aspirations change as we get older, and we want you to know that you have options for whatever your new goals may be. If you do want implants entirely removed and out of the equation you may want to consider combining a breast lift along with your breast implant removal procedure. Going without breast implants without any additional procedure might feel like too drastic a change to you. A breast lift can help make a more gradual change to your breasts while still removing your implants.
Recovery Can Vary but Is Typically Quick
Typically after implant removal, you should be fine to go back to your usual day-to-day routine a few days after the procedure. However, if you do decide to go with a breast lift or implant exchange as we mentioned in the last section, that may involve a slightly longer recovery period.
What Should You Do Before Implant Removal?
The main important factors to consider before implant removal are to stop smoking and avoid blood-thinning medications & herbal supplements. These can hinder the procedure process and lead to complications during your implant removal. From there you should also make sure to have safe transportation scheduled to and from the procedure.
If you have any other questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery in Lone Tree, CO, by calling 303-706-1100.