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What to Know Before Breast Revision

While the vast majority of breast augmentation patients are happy with their enhancement and maintain beautiful results well into the future, some women seek out a secondary procedure to resolve complications that have arisen with their implants. Patients treated by another plastic surgeon may also pursue breast revision at The Aesthetic Surgery Centre because they didn’t achieve their original cosmetic goals. In any case, there are a few pieces of information to know before your breast revision that can give you an idea of what to expect from your upcoming procedure.  A Breast Lift May Be Necessary If you wish to remove your breast implants without replacing them, your natural breasts may not look the same as before your breast augmentation. Years of implant placement... Continue Reading

Why Do Women Get Their Breasts Re-done?

Last Friday I proposed our weekly trivia question on Facebook and the focus of last Friday's question was Why Do Women Get their Breasts Re-Done? I was thoroughly impressed with the vast number and variety of responses received! The goal with breast augmentation is to provide women with fuller, firmer breasts. Attaining great breast augmentation is artistry creating desired aesthetics, symmetry and balance with natural looking results. This is a procedure that Dr. Jon Paul Trevisani performs most often classifying him an expert in this field. Unfortunately, no one can guarantee that your breasts will look the same forever. The effects of gravity, aging, pregnancy, weight gain/loss, size of breasts will at some point take a toll and breast revisionary surgery may be considered. Listed... Continue Reading

Capsular Contracture: How? Why? And What?

Did you know that an asthma medication can help with Capsular Contracture? Read more and find out… WHAT IS IT? Capsular contracture is a rare occurrence that can sometimes affect women who have breast implants. The condition is characterized by thick tight scar tissue forming around the breast implant and causing a feeling of hardness to the breast. Capsular contracture can also have an effect on breast shape and discomfort may also be evident. The surgical removal of this scar tissue is called Capsulectomy. HOW CAN I HELP AVOID THIS? Manual massaging helps minimize the occurrence of Capsular Contracture. Dr. Jon Paul Trevisani feels that sometimes massaging breasts too soon after surgery can cause unwanted bleeding around the implant and therefore causing potential problems. Dr.... Continue Reading