High Riding Breast Implants


High Riding Breast Implants

A high riding implant refers to a breast implant that is positioned higher on the chest wall than is considered to be typical or desired. This can occur due to a variety of factors, including surgical technique, implant size or type, and the patient's natural anatomy. High riding implants may be more visible when the patient is lying down or wearing certain types of clothing, and can also create an unnatural or "fake" appearance. In some cases, revision surgery may be necessary to correct a high riding implant.

Kamol hospital, a plastic surgery center in Bangkok, Thailand may treat high riding breast implant through revision surgery. The revision surgery will be performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon and will involve removing the existing implants and repositioning them in a lower, more natural position.

The surgeon may also consider using different implant size or type and adjusting the pocket that the implant sits in, to help achieve the desired result. The procedure may take several hours, and recovery time will depend on the extent of the surgery.

It's important to note that revision surgery is more complex than the initial breast augmentation surgery and the outcome may not be as predictable as the initial surgery. So, it's crucial to choose an experienced and reputable surgeon who has a good track record in performing revision surgeries.

It's also important for the patients to have a good communication and realistic expectation with their surgeon before the surgery, so they can have a clear understanding of the possible outcome, risks and recovery process.


Before and After  Upward Position Implant Revision