Revision Breast Surgery
Many women undergo breast surgery, be it breast augmentation for cosmetic enhancement (which is the most common), breast reduction for large, heavy breasts (the second most common), breast lift for sagging or droopy breasts, or breast reconstruction following mastectomy or lumpectomy for breast cancer.
Though most achieve optimal outcomes from their initial surgery, unfortunately, a fair number of women remain dissatisfied with the results of their breast procedure. In the case of breast enhancement, breast size is the most common reason patients consider breast augmentation revision. Many women complain of either not being large enough or having been over-augmented and feeling as though their breasts look artificial and disproportionate. Other problems can include highly visible or round implants that are either too firm, too high, or both.
Dr. Ram Kalus, our board-certified plastic surgeon, has devised a unique online tool to help women with their breast implant selection before surgery, and he reports an exceptionally high patient satisfaction rate with an extremely low occurrence of revision surgery in his Charleston, SC practice.
Additionally, Dr. Kalus uses the latest, state-of-the-art techniques of preoperative and intraoperative biodimensional analysis, including tools and surgical techniques of his own invention, in order to achieve the best possible outcome for his patients.
Contact Our Office
For more information regarding all aspects of breast surgery, please contact Dr. Kalus at Plastic Surgery of the Carolinas online or via phone at 843-881-3881.