Previous breast procedures that have resulted in too large or improperly shaped breasts for the individual’s frame is among the most common reasons for people to seek out the expertise of Dr. Jaime Schwartz for correction of a ‘botched’ breast surgery.
Significant distortion of normal anatomy, your natural breast shape, can prove to be quite a challenge to restore. With vast experience in breast reconstruction, Dr. Schwartz is able to correct these these complex issues using a similar approach.
When undergoing an aesthetic, restorative or corrective breast surgery involving implants, finding an implant that properly fits your body is truly a key factor for a successful breast augmentation; Dr. Schwartz’ precision measurement technique for implant selection continues to offer patients beautiful results individually tailored to their unique frame.
After 8 years of unsatisfactory surgeries, Rebecca’s results with Dr. Schwartz for a revisional, bi-lateral breast reconstruction helped her feel happy about her body again. “He is by far the most knowledgeable doctor I’ve ever had and is extremely professional.” Rebecca was just as impressed with the level of compassion she was shown. “Dr. Schwartz is unbelievably kind and has genuine empathy. He even reached out and held my hand. He is just so upbeat and positive – always. He’s also honest in his declaration of your status and what he can accomplish. He’s not going to offer you a miracle he can’t deliver.”
A term used to describe excessive scar tissue that forms a capsule around a breast implant, capsular contracture can lead to hard breasts, an unnatural appearance or texture, or even pain and discomfort. Sometimes, it may only occur in one breast, while in other cases, it affects both. It is impossible to predict if capsular contracture will happen or to tell what has caused it, but, fortunately, it is quite possible to correct with a specialized breast surgery revision.
Breast implant rippling refers to folds or wrinkles in an implant that are visible through the skin. Rippling is typically most noticeable on the bottom or sides of an implant, but may also occur in the middle, near the cleavage.
There can be any number of reasons an implant would ripple. Among these are:
– Over-sized implants
– Inadequate breast tissue covering an implant
– Under inflation of saline implants
While there is no guarantee against rippling, there are steps that can be taken to reduce both its risks and visibility.