Breast Implant Revision

Procedure Snapshot

By removing or replacing your existing breast implants, revision breast surgery or explant surgery in Paramus, New Jersey, can help correct problems with your breast implants and improve how your breasts look and feel.

Cost & Recovery

  • $6,575 to $8,150*
  • Patients typically return to normal activities within 3 weeks.

Quick Facts

  • A desire for size change is the most common reason for revision surgery.
  • Enhanced self-confidence and improved body image are added benefits.
  • Dr. Parker also offers nonsurgical capsular contracture treatment.
  • Typically, revision surgery is performed using the original breast augmentation incision site.

*Refer to our Pricing page for details.

Breast Implant Revision
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Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

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Breast Implant Revision Case 586 Before & After View #1 | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #586

This 46-year-old, referred to Dr. Parker by another patient, requested removal and replacement of her implants. She had undergone silicone breast augmentation 7 years earlier in Venezuela. A recent mammogram showed left breast implant rupture. Her right breast implant had developed capsular contracture and had become quite hard. She wished to remain... Read More
Breast Implant Revision Case 612 Before & After View #1 | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #612

This 45 year old patient had 450 cc saline implants inserted in a partial submuscular position by another surgeon in 2001. She noticed a gradual deflation of her right breast implant over the past 2 years. The patient asked Dr. Parker to exchange her implants for smaller silicone implants and lift her nipples using a periareolar mastopexy, an incision... Read More
Breast Implant Revision Case 576 Before & After View #1 | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #576

This 59 year old patient, referred to Dr. Parker by her dermatologist, sustained the spontaneous deflation of her right breast implant several weeks prior to her initial visit to Dr. Parker. After a lengthy discussion of various options, the patient elected to remove her existing 375 cc saline, subglandular implants and replace them with 500 cc silicone... Read More
Breast Implant Revision Case 906 Before & After View #5 | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #906

This patient had breast augmentation 2 years earlier with another plastic surgeon. One year later, she developed capsular contracture on the right breast, which the same surgeon treated with capsulectomy and implant replacement. In recent months, the right breast had again become hard and very painful. Dr. Parker explained that since she had already... Read More
Mommy Makeover Case 556 Before & After View #1 | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #556

This 51 year old patient’s daughter had been operated on by Dr. Parker previously. She asked him to improve the fullness of her abdomen and correct the high-riding breast implants, inserted by another plastic surgeon several years ago. After reviewing all options with the patient, Dr. Parker performed the following surgeries. He removed the patient’s... Read More
Breast Implant Revision Case 1025 Before & After Front | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #1025

This 62 year old patient requested Dr Parker to re position her malpositioned right breast implant to make it look more the her left. She said her 375 cc saline implant had moved downward over time. At surgery, Dr Parker reconstructed her right inframammary fold using both a thermal and suture capsulorraphy, then inserted Galaform scafffold, or... Read More
Breast Implant Revision Case 590 Before & After View #1 | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #590

This 35 year old patient presented to Dr. Parker 5 years after the insertion of 385 cc textured PIP implants, inserted through periareolar incisions down in South America. A recent ultrasound and MRI, obtained in response to the recent warnings regarding PIP implants leaking, in fact showed leakage of the right implant. In addition, the patient requested... Read More
Breast Implant Revision Case 584 Before & After View #1 | Paramus, NJ | Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
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Case #584

This 49 year old, referred to Dr. Parker by another patient, had undergone subglandular, saline breast augmentation by another plastic surgeon 11 years earlier. She complained that her right breast was larger than the left, and the implant moved laterally a great deal when she exercised. She found the left breast firm and uncomfortable. The patient... Read More

Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

Over two million women have breast implants, and the overall satisfaction rate among breast augmentation patients is very high. However, complications can occur. Scientific studies have shown no correlation between implants and breast cancer, autoimmune disorders, or systemic illness; however, due to a number of factors, results of breast augmentation vary and a percentage of women are unsatisfied with their initial outcome.

Review common .

About Allergan’s voluntary recall of textured breast implants

Many patients have reached out to us with questions or concerns about the recent recall of Allergan BIOCELL textured breast implants. First and foremost, we encourage you not to panic. Read on for 5 things to keep in mind about BIA-ALCL and the breast implant recall.

  1. Unless you are experiencing symptoms, it is not recommended that you have your current breast implants removed or replaced.
  2. Textured breast implants in the Allergan BIOCELL family are the only implants impacted by this recall. Only textured breast implants have been linked to an increased risk of developing BIA-ALCL.
  3. Symptoms of BIA-ALCL are obvious, so you would notice if something was wrong. Symptoms include swelling, redness or rashes, changes in firmness, or lumps around the breast implant.
  4. BIA-ALCL is an incredibly rare condition with an *estimated lifetime risk of only around .0003%.
  5. When treated early, BIA-ALCL is almost always totally curable through the removal of the implant and capsule.

Learn more BIA-ALCL and the breast implant recall.

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What Is Breast Implant Revision (Explant)?

Some patients decide years, or even decades, after breast augmentation that they no longer want to have breast implants. Whether you are experiencing complications such as capsular contracture, you are concerned about the possibility of complications, or you just feel that your implants no longer suit your lifestyle, Dr. Parker can perform breast implant removal while also ensuring an aesthetically pleasing outcome. This process is technically known as explantation surgery.

Dr. Paul Parker

Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACS

Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon

Known for his surgical talent and caring personality, Dr. Parker has been serving the community for over 25 years. He has dedicated his practice to the education, safety, and comfort of his patients—making each one feel as important as family.

The Aesthetic Society; American Society of Plastic Surgeons; International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery; The Rhinoplasty Society
The Aesthetic Society; American Society of Plastic Surgeons; International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery; The Rhinoplasty Society

What Happens at a Breast Implant Revision Consultation?

During your consultation, Dr. Parker will discuss your options for implant removal and replacement with you, including:

  • Type of implant to be used
  • Implant location, either above or below the pectoralis major muscle
  • Size of the new implants
  • Whether any type of breast lift is necessary

You will also receive the same thorough sizing & shaping session that we offer our first-time breast augmentation patients. This includes the chance to try on sizers (if you are choosing to go larger) and 3D computer imaging to simulate your corrected breast shape and size.

Other doctors and patients frequently refer breast implant revision patients to Dr. Parker as he has extensive experience in breast surgery. In addition, Parker Center is the only provider in our region trained and licensed to use the revolutionary Aspen Ultrasound System for nonsurgical treatment of capsular contracture.

Feel Confident

About Your Procedure

Our free cosmetic consultations include plenty of time with Dr. Parker, our patient care coordinator, and our imaging specialist. Once your procedure is booked, our nurse educator will meet with you for a special 1-hour pre-op education session.

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How Is Breast Implant Revision Done?

Breast implant revision procedures are usually performed under general anesthesia or intravenous sedation, monitored by one of our board-certified anesthesiologists. The original incision used to insert the implant is almost always the same one used to remove and replace it. All incisions are closed with dissolving sutures. Surgery times range from 45 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the amount of scar tissue surrounding the implant and whether a breast lift procedure is necessary.

Our Signature

Rapid Recovery Program

Our surgical procedures, anesthesia, medications, and aftercare are tailored to minimize post-operative discomfort and accelerate recuperation.

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“From my first call I was so impressed with Dr. Parker’s office. I had a saline implant that deflated (done by another Dr.) and I called and was taken in the very same day. Just came from my visit after the surgery and I’m so pleased. Will definitely refer Dr. Parker’s office. Their staff is professional and friendly! THANK YOU!!”

Breast Implant Revision Patient

What Is My Next Step?

To meet with Dr. Parker and his team in Paramus, New Jersey, and learn more about breast augmentation revision surgery, request a free cosmetic consultation using our online form or call (201) 967-1212 for an appointment.