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Breast Implant Replacement Surgery Sydney Services, by Dr. Niro S.

Your breast implants eventually need replacing when they get to the end of their life cycle. This is usually after roughly 10-15 years. This is why we offer breast implant replacement surgery to replace your breast implants. Additionally, these implant replacements can be because of other problems such as pain caused by implants or leakages.

Dr Niro is an experienced cosmetic surgeon and understands that to give great results, we must put your first. In order to understand your personal needs, you will be asked to participate in a consultation before your procedure. This way, we can discuss your requirements and answer any questions that your may have.

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Dr. Niro, a caring Breast Implant Replacement Surgery Sydney Doctor with a reputation that precedes him.

Dr. Niro, the creator of the “Be Noticed, Not Known®” cosmetic surgery approach, has been practicing for almost 2 decades. During this time, he has delivered life-changing results for his Breast Implant Replacement Surgery clients in Sydney.

Dr. Niro completed his bachelor’s and medical degrees from King’s College London and University College London, respectively, and worked across a variety of surgical specialities. This was followed by a 2-year higher fellowship in general cosmetic surgery in Australia, and then a 2-year ‘super-specialty’ surgical fellowship.

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What is Breast Implant Replacement Surgery?

Breast implant replacement may be required for a few different reasons. One of the most common is the end of the breast implant life cycle of 10-15 years. After this period, you may be advised to have them replaced.

Other reasons for breast implant replacement could be based around problematic reasons such as implant malfunction or capsular contracture. Luckily, capsular contracture and other breast implant complications are quite rare; however, it is important to act if these complications do occur.

Once your breast implant replacement surgery is complete, there should be roughly 2 weeks of mild discomfort whilst your body recovers. Once 4-6 weeks passes, you may be able to partake in regular activities, but this depends on Dr Niro’s advice and how you feel.

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Breast Implant Replacement Surgery & Safety

Your safety is paramount to Dr. Niro and his team. Watch the video below to learn more about Dr. Niro's approach to safety during Breast Implant Replacement Surgery and other procedures.

Furthermore, Dr. Niro believes that each individual patient must be involved in the decision-making process of undertaking Breast Implant Replacement Surgery, and it is the role of the cosmetic surgeon to ensure that the decision is ‘informed’.

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Why undertake Breast Implant Replacement Surgery with Dr. Niro

Dr. Niro takes great pride in offering an unrushed, bespoke approach to patient care, and believe that one size does ‘not’ fit all when it comes to Breast Implant Replacement Surgery.

"World Class Breast Implant Replacement Surgery Services in Sydney that are the result of a genuine investment, pride and responsibility for your care."

Frequently Asked Questions

When do I need to have a Breast Implant Replacement?
Once 10-15 years have gone past, your breast implants come to the end of their life. At this time, it is important to consider breast implant replacement surgery. This may help with the reduction in any future complications. Other reasons for why you may have to change your breast implants include:
  • Necrosis around the implant
  • Movement of one or both implants
  • Breast implant leaking
  • Autoimmune implant response
  • Implants causing pain
  • Calcium deposit build-up
Is a Breast Implant Replacement painful?
During your breast implant replacement procedure, you usually should be put under general anaesthetic. This way, you should not feel any pain during your surgery. Throughout your recovery. It is normal is experience some discomfort as your body recovers. This period of recovery is normally around 6 weeks, and the main symptoms of discomfort should get better within 1-2 weeks.
How long is the Breast Implant Replacement downtime?
Usually, downtime for people after undergoing breast implant replacement surgery lasts between 4-6 weeks. The first 2 weeks typically present the majority of discomfort and as the days go on, your symptoms, such as swelling, should reduce. Once 4-6 weeks have passed, you have return to exercise and other active hobbies, as long as you feel well enough to do so.