It’s important to appreciate that your breast implants are not long-lasting and may require replacement during your lifetime. Breast augmentation revision refer to a number of procedures that may be required in response to the use of breast implants. These may include simple revision such as “implant exchange” for a larger size or a different type. Alternatively, they may involve more complex revision to correct for complications related to breast implants. When selecting a surgeon to perform your breast augmentation, it is not only important to understand their complication/reoperation rates, but also to choose a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who can effectively handle a given complication. Southern California plastic surgeon Dr. Agha’s reoperation rate is significantly lower than those published in the plastic surgery statistics. Click Here to view our Revision Gallery. His commitment to a superior result and service has been elaborated in our 12-month assurance to you to give you peace of mind.
About Dr Agha:
Dr. Siamak Agha, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, MD, PhD completed his 7 years of medical education at the prestigious University of Cambridge, England.
His residency in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery was completed at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, one of the most respected and comprehensive Plastic Surgery training programs in the United States.
He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and on staff at Hoag Medical Center.
Dr. Agha is best known for post-bariatric procedures specializing in Total Body Lift Surgery. He is considered an expert at Body Contouring and has developed cutting-edge techniques such as Abdominoplasty, Spiral Thighplasty, and Buttock Reshaping.
Dr. Agha believes that an understanding of human anatomy and the changes that occur through aging, pregnancy, weight loss, and lifestyle are fundamental for achieving surgical results.
His approach is to complete surgical procedures through well-hidden incisions for the best possible outcome. Dr. Agha is committed to patient safety and continued medical education.