Is 21 Days Too Long to Wait for Sutures to Be Removed Following Breast Augmentation? (photo)
- Asked by suesboobs in sydney
- 1 year ago
375cc implants crease , under muscle. i am now day 10 post op feeling good.
Suture removal timing
No worries. Three weeks should not be too long too wait. The skin will not overgrow the sutures. The earliest that I like to take sutures out of the skin in the chest or torso area would be in the 2-3 week time range. You want to give the skin adequate time to get some strength to the repair, but not leave them so long that the skin develops unnecessary inflammation or leave permanent suture marks behind.
Best Time For Suture Removal
Usually the sutures are removed at 2-3 weeks post op depending on the healing achieved; every patient recovers differently.
So it is up to your surgeon to assess your progress and schedule your suture removal.
Best of wishes to you.
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Suture Removal after Breast Augmentation
Thank you for your question and photo.
Ultimately, your surgeon is responsible for your care so therefore you should address these types of questions / concerns to him/her directly.
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While 3 weeks is generally not too long, each surgeon has different parameters for postoperative care. You should respect and follow your surgeon's recommendations.
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Each plastic surgeon has his/her own technique of wound closer and postoperative care. You have to follow your surgeons instruction on wound care and the timing of suture removal.
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