Our 12 Month Assurance To You

Our 12 Month Assurance To You – Newport Beach

What are the benefits of 12 Month Assurance?

Peace of Mind: Priceless

As a skilled plastic surgeon, Dr. Agha has significant experience in all aspects of breast surgery procedures, including breast augmentation, scarless breast augmentation, correction of tuberous breast deformity, Poland’s syndrome reconstruction, breast asymmetry, breast lift techniques, and breast reshaping after significant weight loss. Recently he has been performing an increasing number of secondary breast augmentation revisions after primary breast augmentation by other surgeons.

Dr. Agha records his personal complication rate for every primary breast augmentation patient. His current reoperation rates are as follows:

  • 1.33% implant exchange for larger size
  • 0.33% implant deflation
  • 0.33% hematoma requiring evacuation
  • 1% capsular contracture requiring capsule removal and implant exchange

As can be appreciated from the given information, Dr. Agha’s complication rates are significantly lower than those of the published rates. This is a combination of appropriate implant size selection during the consultation process, meticulous surgical techniques, and continued close patient follow-ups.

With this in mind, it is our pleasure to provide all our primary breast augmentation patients with a 12-month reoperation assurance for the following complications.

  • Baker III and IV Capsular Contracture
  • Hematoma/Seroma
  • Scarring/Hypertrophic Scarring
  • Asymmetry
  • Delayed Wound Healing (unless related to smoking)
  • Implant Malposition
  • Wrinkling/Rippling
  • Extrusion of Intact Implant
  • Necrosis
  • Suspected Rupture

This warranty covers the above objective complications only and does not cover implant size or type change nor breast pain. The warranty waives the associated surgeon’s fee for the reoperation, but you will still be responsible for operating room, anesthesia, implant, and other associated fees.

Furthermore, it only applies to those patients who adhere to the required follow-up routine of 5 days, 2 weeks, 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, and 12 months.