Premier Breast Revision Surgery Destination
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400 Newport Center Drive, Suite 100
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Mon–Fri: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
31150 Temecula Pkwy, Suite 103
Temecula, CA 92592
Mon–Fri: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. | Closed 12 p.m.–1 p.m.
It’s not uncommon to want or need a secondary breast enhancement procedure at some point after your initial procedure to enhance, update, or correct breast size and shape. The breast enhancement specialists at United Plastic Surgery, Dr. John Larson and Dr. Phuong Pham, offer breast revision surgery in Newport Beach and Temecula to help you feel more comfortable and confident.
Breast revision surgery is a plastic surgery procedure performed after a breast enhancement procedure such as breast augmentation or a breast lift. Women visit our board-certified plastic surgeons to have this procedure for a variety of reasons, including:
Dr. Larson and Dr. Pham can also perform nipple and areola reduction surgery as part of a revision procedure to enhance breast appearance further. If you want to have your breast implants removed and not replaced, our surgeons can perform explant surgery (breast implant removal).
Dr. Larson and Dr. Pham are experienced, highly trained board-certified plastic surgeons united in their dedication to superior patient care and surgical outcomes. They are committed to each patient from the initial consult to surgery to a personal phone call after surgery and beyond.
Unless you are experiencing a complication, it’s important to give your breasts time to heal and stabilize after your initial procedure. You should wait at least 6 months before having revision surgery. Sometimes patients think their implants are too small or too big after surgery and then are happy with their breast size within a few months. Our surgeons will have a consultation earlier if you’d rather not wait.
Our surgeons perform revision breast surgery in one of our outpatient surgical centers using general anesthesia. Whenever possible, they use the same incision placement as the original breast surgery to prevent another scar. The specifics of the procedure vary with the reason for surgery. A variety of factors can make these procedures more complex than primary breast surgery, including:
Most patients take about a week off from work and nonstrenuous activities after revision surgery; however, this timeframe depends on the specifics of the surgery and the individual. Your surgeon will provide you with specific post-op instructions for your procedure.
Request a complimentary consultation using our online form or call to meet with Dr. John Larson in Newport Beach or call to meet with Dr. Phuong Pham in Temecula.