Revision buttock augmentation is performed when a patient is unhappy with the results of a previous operation. Here at Feldmar Aesthetics, we routinely perform revision procedures to give patients the results they thought they were getting when they originally underwent plastic surgery somewhere else.
Fortunately, Dr. Feldmar has the surgical skills and artistic sensibilities to correct any number of conditions. If you are currently unhappy with the results of a buttock augmentation procedure, contact us at 310-820-2111 to find out how we can help you achieve the round, full bottom that you desire.
Reasons for Revision
There are many reasons for seeking revision buttock augmentation, but the most common reasons have to do with the appearance of the behind following surgery and certain complications that can arise after surgery. Capsular contracture is a condition that results from the hardening of scar tissue around an implant; it is sometimes seen with breast augmentation as well. Displacement occurs if the implant has shifted following surgery, usually due to improper placement.
Your revision buttock augmentation procedure will depend on the nature of the problem. In many cases, removal of the old implants is necessary in order to correct the complication. If your issue is primarily aesthetic – that is, the appearance of your butt following surgery was not to your satisfaction – Dr. Feldmar will have to review your particular concerns before devising a plan to correct the issue. This may involve injecting your butt with more fat cells to enhance the results of a previous Brazilian butt lift, swapping your current implants for a more appropriate model, or any number of other revision techniques.
Schedule Your Consultation Today
Having anything less than a satisfactory result following any plastic surgery procedure can be a difficult experience. If you are interested in the benefits of a revision buttock augmentation procedure performed by Dr. Feldmar, contact us to schedule a consultation at our Feldmar Aesthetics office today.