CAPSULAR CONTRACTURE AFTER BREAST AUGMENTATION
Capsular contracture is the most common complication after breast augmentation surgery. It is the condition of the breast stiffening after breast surgery. Hardening is a slow onset and hardness increases with time. Capsule contracture can occur in both breasts or a single breast. Plastic surgeons currently do not know the exact cause of capsular contracture. Dr.Etoz uses the best and new techniques to minimize the occurrence of capsular contracture.
What can be done to treat capsular contracture?
The best treatment of capsule contracture is to minimize its formation. Furthermore, a variety of medicines for breast softening may be useful to reduce this risk. Your doctor will decide whether you should use the medicine.
If the capsule contracture does not respond to massage or medication, the implants need to be replaced.