Breast Implant Revision: StoriesWrite a Review
Loving my new boobs
- posted 3 months ago
- updated 1 month ago
- Worth It
- Cost: $8,000
- Tom J. Pousti, MD, FACS (San Diego, CA)
So this is going to be the 3rd attempt on having...
- 17 Feb 2013
- 1 day pre
So this is going to be the 3rd attempt on having breast implants, and hopefully the last one, well at least for a while. I had my second baby at 22, breast fed my first 2 kids for at least 8 months, so afterwards my boobs were back to small and deflated. I wanted a breast augmentation so badly, I didnt think or care about the consequences and went to the first advertisement that had a special on the procedure.
Shortly after the surgery, I noticed the left implant didnt drop and my left breast was bruised and swollen badly. I ended up with an infection so the best thing to do was to remove them. 1 year later, I decided it was time to try to get implants again, I went to a doctor who did my friend's boobs and they looked nice and the price was cheap so i decided to go to him without doing the research. Well, I was very unhappy with the results, my boobs were uneven and my scar around my nipple were hideous!
After that I became obsessed with finding a revision doctor and came across Dr. Pousti's name. After researching and looking at pictures, I knew he was going to do my revision. Life happened, and I became pregnant, so I had to put my revision plans on the side. I had the baby and after my milk dried up, my right saline implant completely deflated, but I couldnt do a revision, I had to be a mother and take care of my little newborn. About 8 months later, my other implant deflated! I knew it was time to get my revision. My surgery is tomorrow and I'm excited! I know that Dr. Pousti will do a great job, After 2 years of reading his reviews and viewing his before and after pictures, I totally trust him to make my boobs look amazing. I learned a great lesson from my experience, be smart about making serious decisions, do the research.
My Doctor: Tom J. Pousti, MD, FACS