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BREAST IMPLANT REMOVAL SURGERY
|DOWNSIZING, REMOVING OR RENEWING BREAST IMPLANTS|

Breast Implant Removal |

Breast Implant Removal

More women today are opting to remove their breast implants for a variety of reasons.

Most breast implants [breast explant] have a warranty period of a decade, however, for some women, the decision to remove implants prior to their full-life span can depend on a number of factors including the way a patient ages, associated pain resulting from their original breast augmentation surgery or post-pregnancy changes to the breasts.

Some women also opt to replace them with a different size or shaped implant.

No matter the reason for your decision, Dr Chang can remove [and replace] the implants, or combine the new implants with a breast lift, known as a masto-augmentation. In most cases, Dr Chang will remove the implants through the original incision, however, an extended scar will likely be made during the process.

Our laser clinic also includes a complimentary post-recovery CARE program which includes LED Light Therapy [which reduces swelling and accelerates the healing of surgical scarring], a Société Clinical Oxygenation Treatment [which increases blood flow and circulation to the skin], and Fractional Laser Resurfacing [which minimises scarring and triggers collagen production].

DOWNTIME: Overnight surgery RECOVERY TIME: Initially 48 hours after surgery.  You will be required to wear a support bra for comfort while the swelling remains and during the healing process. Adhesive tape will be used to support the suture lines for a minimum of two weeks.

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Introducing Dr Lionel Chang [MB BS FRACS] |

Women having breast implant removal surgery, or explants, is now a growing trend. Dr Chang explains why the procedure is often required within 10 years of the initial surgery and the benefits that come with the procedure. 

Please note that the information featured in the video is only a general overview and ant surgical procedure comes with risks. 

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