As one who never saw ANY of your photographs, never examined you, either now or before you had all these operations and had not stood in the footsteps of either one of your plastic surgeons, my response MUST be generic in nature.
From :: "Do you think that after 1 year my damaged breast tissue will be total healed and ready for augmentation with happy ending? My surgeon wants to explant, to make a capsulotomy and rolling the capsules to create new folders, then I need to wait 1 year to heal and then reimplant." It SOUNDS LIKE you had a larger implant with either an over-dissection of the lower portion of the breast pocket or placement of the implants via an inframmary incision. Either way, the success of the operation will depend on creating a stable shelf or balcony for the implants to sit on.
Allowing time to heal things is a long honored adage in Plastic surgery which was verbalized by Harold Gillies in the 1920's.
Yes - it MAY lead to the creation of more scar tissue which MAY be better used to create a stabler shelf on which the implant may sit. But, it does NOT guarantee that it will work.
Personally, I would ask your Plastic surgeon if he is familiar with Alloderm or Strattice.
I think that the use of Strattice would allow you to have one procedure that has the HIGHEST likelihood to keep your implants where they are supposed to be.