Unfortunately, not every plastic surgery procedure produces the desired outcome. If you are unhappy with the results of a previous operation, revision surgery may be appropriate for you.
Sometimes a previous surgery has actually caused new problems—such as asymmetrical breasts, or prominent scarring. Or maybe it simply didn’t accomplish what you’d expected. In either case, corrective surgery may be in order.
Revision surgery generally shouldn’t be performed for at least a year after the initial operation, since changes can continue to take place during that time. To give you an informed view of what’s involved and what you might realistically expect, Dr. Jensen will be happy to discuss revision surgery with you during an in-office consultation appointment.