Butt implants remove and replace
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Can I Exchange my Butt Implants for a Larger Size?
The short answer is yes you can typically go bigger. There is some limit to the initial surgery that can be done in terms of what implant your body and handle. With time the skin stretch to accommodate the new implant. That is why it is easier to place a bigger implant than you might have been able to do at the initial surgery.
I typically make patients wait at least six months after their initial surgery before undergoing any revision or implant exchange. This will allow all the swelling to go down and for the internal tissue to settle. This will allow us to make a good decision on what size will help you accomplish your aesthetic goals.
Please discuss this with your board certified plastic surgeon that performs a high volume of butt augmentations.
Revision butt implant surgery
You should ask your original PS about your concerns and possibly seek for a second, or even a third opinion to help you make an informed decision.
I hope that helps and good luck.
Redo butt implants
It would have been helpful to see back and side view picture. Do you have round or oval implants ? Are the implants under the fascia or intra muscular ? Did you have fat injection as well ?
If you did not have fat injection, I would recommend to wait 3 more months for scars maturation. If you had fat injection wait one year.
The biggest implants that I have used are 660 cc. They are oval, round, ultra soft and placed under the fascia .
This technique creates nice 'S' curve and fills up the lateral indentation between the hips and the lateral thighs.
Always, consult with experienced board certified plastic surgeons who do lots of butt implants surgeries in accredited surgery center for your safety. Most important, check the before and after pictures in the photo gallery, to make sure that they are numerous, continuous and attractive.
Best of luck,
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