While breast implants can give you long-lasting results, they can eventually wear out, requiring an implant exchange. When considering a breast implant revision, it’s important to know what your options are in case you want to alter your results. At Bella Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Michael Chiaramonte can help by creating an individualized plan for your implant exchange that is quick and easy.
In general, many patients choose to have a breast implant exchange to:
- Upgrade from saline to silicone implants. Even though saline implants can provide amazing results, some patients do not like how firm they are. Silicone tends to have a more natural look and feel.
- Change the size of their implants. When it comes to breast implant revision, most women choose to go up in size. However, you can also go down in size if desired.
- Change the texture or shape of their implants. If you are concerned about the shape and feel of your implants, it may be worth looking into other types of implants. At Bella Cosmetic Surgery, we have a variety of shapes and textures to choose from.
- Restore their breasts to a more youthful appearance. As you age, the appearance of your breasts may change, even if you have implants. If you want to restore the shape of your original breast augmentation procedure, a breast implant revision can help.
Most patients who want a breast implant revision are either unhappy about the outcome of their breast augmentation or feel that their implants do not match their current lifestyle. Whatever the reason may be, Dr. Chiaramonte understands how personal the choice can be, making it easy to deliver the results you desire.
Interested in Having a Breast Implant Revision or Exchange? Schedule a Consultation Today
If you are not 100% satisfied with the outcome of your breast augmentation or if your old implants don’t fit your current goals, call Bella Cosmetic Surgery today at 301-567-6767. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Chiaramonte can help you achieve a look that you love. We proudly serve patients living in Oxon Hill, Arlington, Fort Washington, and throughout the states of Maryland and Virginia.