Reasons for Corrective Plastic Surgery
While his personal revision surgery rate is low, Dr. Schaffer frequently performs revision surgery for patients who have had initial operations in other clinics. Some of their most common reasons for corrective plastic surgery include:
- To correct the appearance of their results after a previous surgery.
- Addressing complications after performed operation.
- To enhance and maintain existing results from a previous cosmetic procedure.
If you are not satisfied with the results of your plastic surgery, then it is time to explore your options. Contact a qualified surgeon to have a revision surgery performed.
Types of Revision Surgery Procedures
Dr. Christopher Schaffer can perform various revision surgery procedures. His depth of knowledge and advanced skill set may allow him to correct, enhance and improve the results of a previous plastic surgery.
Some types of corrective plastic surgery procedures that he has performed include:
- Rhinoplasty Revision
- Breast Augmentation Revision
- Tummy Tuck Revision
- Eyelid Surgery Revision
- Facelift Revision
- Liposuction Revision
- Implant Removal, including breast, butt, cheek or chin implant removal.
How To Find a Plastic Surgeon for Corrective Surgery
When you have experienced unsatisfactory results from a plastic surgery procedure, you may find it challenging to begin searching for a new plastic surgeon to complete your corrective surgery. It's important to keep in mind that every plastic surgeon is an individual practitioner with their own set of skills and specialties. As you look for a surgeon to perform your revision procedure, you will want to focus your search on plastic surgeons with significant experience with corrective surgery. You should find a surgeon who:
- Specializes in personalizing the plastic surgery experience.
- Has a low revision rate.
- Has experience completing various types of corrective surgery procedures.
Why Choose Dr. Schaffer for Your Corrective Plastic Surgery?
Dr. Christopher Schaffer is an experienced plastic surgeon committed to exceeding his patient's expectations with every surgery. In addition, he is dedicated to keeping his patients safe before, during and after their procedures. When you express your interest in a revision procedure, Dr. Schaffer will begin the process by reviewing your medical history, evaluating your current results and discussing your goals for corrective surgery. After he determines that corrective plastic surgery is the best option for you, he will create a personalized treatment plan. Given the fact that Dr. Schaffer is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has been performing plastic surgery procedures for more than 20 years, it is worth considering him for your corrective plastic surgery.
What Our Clients Are Saying
The plastic surgery experience can be very personal for clients, and they experience a wide range of emotions when they do not get the expected results. The clients who have worked with Dr. Christopher Schaffer for revision surgery have found that they are able to complete their journey with a positive experience.
"Please understand that breast implant illness is real. Many doctors did not believe me but thank God Dr. Schaffer did, or I would not be alive today. Others tried to treat me for many things and wanted to treat me for cancer," said corrective plastic surgery patient Terry Higdon. "Dr. Shaffer and his office believed me, and he performed a total removal of my breast implants and capsules. And I am alive and well today because of his great work."
"Recently, he did some scar revisions and fixed my breasts after they healed, and I look normal and even better than before. I am so grateful for his work and his staff."
Schedule a Consultation Today
Working with the right plastic surgeon is critical when you need corrective plastic surgery. Dr. Christopher Schaffer has a low corrective surgery rate for his own clients, and he is proud of the work that he does to improve results for patients who originally worked with a different surgeon. For more information about your options regarding corrective plastic surgery, contact Dr. Christopher Schaffer today.