Remove and Replace Implants Surgery, also known as implant revision surgery, involves the removal of existing implants and replacing them with new ones. This procedure may be chosen for various reasons, including changing implant size or type, addressing implant-related issues, or different goals.
Patient Before and After Breast Revision (remove and replace) Gallery
Due to the recent updates in guidelines by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), our website is currently undergoing substantial revisions. As a result, we have had to remove the majority of our Before and After photos to comply with these new regulations. Our utmost priority is to maintain the accuracy and compliance of our content, and we are actively working to reintroduce a more extensive collection of before and after photos in the near future. You can view additional Before and After photos of Dr Briggs’ patients, during an in-person consultation at our clinic.
See more patient before and after photos performed in Melbourne by Specialist Plastic Surgeon Dr Patrick Briggs.
The photos on this website and in our office are for informational purposes. The images demonstrate the potential outcomes of procedures. Individual results will vary, and effects cannot be guaranteed. The photos do not promise or guarantee specific results. They are meant to help visualise potential outcomes.
Each patient is unique, and many factors affect surgical results.
In consultations, Dr. Briggs evaluates each patient and discusses realistic expectations.
Other Before and After Photo Galleries
- Breast Augmentation (Mammoplasty) Before and After
- Breast Reduction Before and After
- Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia) Before and After
- Breast Lift (Mastopexy) Before and After
- Abdominoplasty Before and After
- Arm Lift (Brachioplasty) Before and After
- Thigh Reduction (Thighplasty) Before and After
Are You Required to Take Remove and Replace Plastic Surgery Before and After Photos?
Are You Required to Take Plastic Surgery Before and After Photos?
If you are considering any surgery, it’s important to know that we will not use your photos unless you give us write consent to do so. If you do not give your consent for as to use your photos they will remain on your patient file and will only be used as a reference for you and your surgeon. Typically, we will take pictures before your procedure, with no external makeup or other products applied to hide anything from showing on camera. We often take, post-op/after pictures (sometimes called post-op) a few days after your procedure and at post-op appointments to track your progress. These photos are typically for Dr Briggs to study the patient before, during and after surgery and track their results.
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If you’d like more information about a particular surgery, please call our surgical support team on (03) 8849 1400.
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Dr Patrick Briggs Melbourne
Dr Patrick Briggs FRACS (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons) is a Specialist Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon.
Both he and his team are dedicated to patient care and are committed to treating each and every patient with respect and privacy.
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What to Bring to Your Consultation
- If you like, please bring a friend or relative to help discuss the information and your choices.
- Take a lot of notes and thoroughly examine the documents your surgeon provides.
- You may need to undress so it’s a good idea to wear simple clothes.