Women come to our Fort Worth, Texas, practice for breast revision surgery from Abilene, Mansfield, and surrounding communities for a variety of reasons—from wanting different implants to experiencing complications following an earlier breast augmentation procedure with a different surgeon. What these patients have in common is choosing Dr. Steven Camp, a board-certified plastic surgeon whose expertise in breast surgery enables him to perform what is often a more complicated procedure than the initial augmentation.
Breast Augmentation Revision Before & After Photos
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This 35 year old patient approached our practice to see about revising her prior breast augmentation. She was still interested in full body and projection but wanted to reduce the lateral placement of her implants while also reducing her areolar size.Her breast revision surgery included Allergan 650cc silicone gel implants and was performed... Read More
Wanting more cleavage and upper pole fullness, this patient underwent breast implant exchange, mastopexy, and internal bra placement with Galaflex. We chose Allergan SCF 365cc silicone gel gummy bear implants. Her post-operative joy is great!To schedule your implant exchange and internal bra placement, please call the office... Read More
As a high-level marketing executive, this patient understands that appearances can be everything and was understandibly looking to correct the capsular contracture she developed over the time of having saline breast implants. Thus, this 37 year-old patient approached our practice to discuss breast revision surgery moving from saline to silicone... Read More
Already looking great but feeling like her implants were heavy and lacking upper pole fullness, this patient came to our office seeking a breast revision. Together, she and Dr. Camp decided upon an implant exchange using Allergan SCX 545c silicone gel breast implants. Her results are beautiful and capture her fun spirit. To... Read More
This 45 year-old Hispanic patient approached our office to discuss her wish for a breast revision surgery. About 10 years ago, she had previously undergone breast augmentation surgery out-of-state and was starting to notice a droop that did not fit with her desire to wear bathing suits and strapless dresses. During her consultation it... Read More
Saline breast implants may rupture after placement leading to the need for breast augmentation revision surgery. This patient in her early 40s approached our practice after her right breast implant lost volume over a few days. As she was quite uneven, we moved forward with surgery quickly to help get her back to a more female shape. Her... Read More
At 35 years old, this patient experienced a "bottoming-out" after breast augmentation leading to the need for breast revision surgery. With this, Dr. Steven Camp moved forward with breast revision surgery maintaining Allergan 385cc breast implants and avoiding implant exchange. Dr. Camp used internal stitches to... Read More
Her implants were placed over 10 years ago and this patient was experiecing a breast augmentation look that was no longer attractive and also caused her pain. With a job that demanded physically of her arms and chest, this pastry chef was ready for a change to smaller implants and a more lifted appearance. Her choice of reaching... Read More
This patient experienced a saline deflation to her left breast implant which lead to a breast revision using Allergan SSM 310cc silicone gel gummy bear implants. She wanted to stay the same size after her breast revision and know that we met that goal. To schedule your breast revision, please call our office at 817-228-4315 or fill... Read More
This patient was experiencing some ptosis (sagging) and wanted to have her old breast implants upgraded. Dr. Camp performed her breast augmentation revision surgery, giving her the upper fullness she sought and improving the appearance of her breasts. To see if you are a candidate for breast augmentation revision please call our office... Read More
This 33-year-old woman had breast augmentation surgery back in 2003. Since then, her breast implants shifted and she developed some scar tissue that caused her breasts to have a different shape. She came to Dr. Camp to perform breast augmentation revision surgery, and she once again has beautiful, shapely breasts!To see if you are a candidate... Read More
This patient is only 1 month post-op but already looking fantastic. Her scars will lighten in color over the coming months. She was downsized from implants that were over 500cc to Allergan 345cc silicone gel gummy bear implants. She also had a breast lift and galaflex internal bra placed. Read More
This 35-year-old woman was in great shape, but her body didn't show off her hard work. After having had children, her breasts had lost the shape they used to have and her tummy had loose skin. Dr. Camp performed a mommy makeover procedure, replacing her old breast implants, performed a tummy tuck and liposuction to reshape her body. To... Read More
This patient underwent a breast revision to downsize her implants from 450cc to 275cc to help her to feel like she looked better in her clothes and swimwear. After surgery she feels more youthful and able to find a better variety of clothes including button down shirts and v-necks. To schedule your consultation please call our... Read More
This 51-year-old woman had experienced some sagging over the years since she had her original breast augmentation surgery. She elected to have breast augmentation revision surgery with Dr. Camp to improve the appearance of her breasts. She looks great!To see if you are a candidate for breast augmentation revision please call our office at... Read More
This sweet patient was treated with breast augmentation years before at an office outside of our practice and subsquently developed painful bilateral capsular contracture. In need of a breast revision she reached out to our practice to determine her next steps. As breast revision surgery is Dr. Camp's speciality we were more than happy... Read More
This 51-year-old woman came to Dr. Camp seeking breast augmentation revision surgery because one of her silicone implants had ruptured. She'd had breast augmentation surgery back in 1998, using 450cc implants placed under the muscle, and needed to have them replaced. Dr. Camp performed her surgery, and she looks better than ever!To see if... Read More
To discuss why you want breast revision surgery, request a consultation with Dr. Camp using the online form. Or call our Fort Worth office at
(817) 228-4315 to schedule an appointment.
A Customized Procedure
A breast revision procedure is performed to either provide a more satisfying aesthetic result or to correct a complication. Dr. Camp adapts the procedure depending on the specific reasons a patient wants her implants replaced or removed. Even though most patients are satisfied with the outcomes of their initial breast augmentation procedures, in some cases breast revision surgery is needed. The most common reasons include:
Changing implant size or placement: Some patients decide they want larger or smaller implants. Revision surgery is also needed when a patient wants to change the placement of the implants (for example, switch from in front of the chest muscle to behind it.)
Exchanging saline for silicone gel implants: In some cases, women who initially wanted saline implants later decide to get cohesive silicone gel implants, which many patients believe look and feel more like natural breasts.
Replacing older implants: Breast implants are not designed to last a lifetime. In most cases, implants should be replaced after 10 to 15 years.
Capsular contracture: This is the most common complication associated with breast augmentation. It occurs when the scar tissue that forms around the implant starts to tighten and harden, which can distort the implant’s shape or cause it to move. In some cases, the condition can be painful.
Visible rippling: This is mostly associated when patients with little existing breast tissue or thin skin get saline implants inserted above the chest muscle.
Leaking implant: If a saline implant leaks, it deflates quickly and visibly. A cohesive silicone gel implant that develops a crack retains its shape and the problem is usually first noticed during a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test.
Cosmetic complications: Other issues involving implant malposition (dropping too low in the breast, migrating to the middle or the sides) can look unnatural.
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Breast revision surgery can be a complicated procedure because of the scar tissue that forms around implants. There may also be anatomical challenges that aren’t present during the initial breast augmentation, such as compromised skin quality, that require a plastic surgeon with advanced training and extensive experience, such as Dr. Camp.
Dr. Camp may recommend combining a breast lift with revision surgery for patients whose skin is less elastic than when they first got implants. When repairing an implant pocket that is either misplaced or too big, he may use an “internal bra” made of a special bio-compatible material to reinforce support for breast tissue.
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As with any surgical procedure, the recovery varies from patient to patient. Expect recovery to be similar to your experience after breast augmentation, although it could be a bit longer. Following the pre- and postoperative instructions provided by Dr. Camp enhances the healing process and should help minimize your discomfort.
Dr. Camp follows up with you personally and we encourage patients to contact our practice with any questions or concerns after they return home.