A Brief Introduction to Korean Plastic Surgery for Breast Implant Revision
Korean plastic surgery for breast implant revision is also known as a ‘secondary breast surgery’. It is used as an additional surgical procedure following the original breast augmentation surgery that has already been done. Regardless of how detailed the initial surgery was, there is frequently a time when the patient asks for additional changes to be made. Changes can be made upon request from the patient, however, it is understandable that the smaller the number of surgeries the better.
What can you request from a Korean plastic surgery breast implant revision?
If you are dissatisfied with the end shape of your breasts after the initial surgery, you can request for an additional surgery to amend these changes. Depending on what your new wishes are, the new surgery could either completely change the look, shape and feel of your breasts or it can just make minor differences. It is important to note here that many doctors believe that secondary breast surgery is actually more difficult to do than initial surgery, which is why you must make sure to consult your doctor at all stages and to ask any questions that you may have. Whether you underwent breast enhancement or nipple augmentation in Korea, both cases will require a detailed second look at the problem in order to find the safest possible way to deal with the new issue.
How is the new procedure dealt with?
The important thing for a Korean plastic surgery for breast implant revision is that the new changes follow the style of the initial surgery. This is the only way to make sure that the new changes are natural-looking, and that the skin does not go through additional stress. If the new surgery is done by the same doctor that did the previous surgery, than it probably will not be difficult to accomplish. However, because most patients tend to change doctors if they are not satisfied with the initial procedure, the new doctor must first completely analyze the previous procedure. This will most frequently require a team of experts, including a plastic surgery specialist, a breast surgery specialist, a surgical specialist, a family practice specialist, and an anaesthesia pain medicine specialist. It is only after you look at the complexity of the operation that you realize how professional the team of doctors needs to be. Cosmetic surgery in Korea is advanced, precise, professional and widespread across the country. However, some surgeons are more specialized than others, so care must be taken to choose the right surgeon for your procedure from the very start. The pros and cons of breast implants must balance each other to give the right end result. There is no such thing as a perfect, flawless surgery. But that does not mean that it cannot be brought as close to perfection as possible. While changes can be made later on, it is in the best interest of the patient, the patient’s family and the doctor that the first procedure will be the right one.