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 As a natural reaction, your body forms a protective capsule of thick scar tissue which is forms around an implant (foreign object). Capsules can form around all sorts of objects that are implanted in a body, such as a hip replacement or a pacemaker. In most cases, the capsule helps to keep the breast implants in place, preventing slippage and will not change in the way your implants look or feel. 
 However, if the body has an over-reaction to the implant, then the scar tissue starts building up inside, tighten around their implants and create a condition called capsular contracture. Capsular contracture is the most common complication for breast implant surgeries. The capsule is not a problem in itself, but if it gets too thick it can distort the shape of the implant, the appearance of the breasts may cause it to harden, and could even damage it. 
 Capsular contracture can be treated. Sometimes surgery can remove the scar tissue, or the implant can be removed or replaced. Breast capsulectomy surgery is the name given to the surgical procedure to remove capsules which have formed around breast implants.
We perform thousands of procedures every year, helping patients to achieve the look they’ve always wanted. At EMCAS we work with Motiva and Arion, the world’s leading supplier of breast implants.
We offer a wide range of cosmetic surgery procedures which can enhance the way you look. Some of our most popular cosmetic procedures include breast enlargement/ augmentation, buttock enlargement, liposuction, tummy tuck, rhinoplasty surgery or face lift. 
 Highly experienced surgeons: Cosmetic or plastic surgery is one that you will live with for the rest of your life. The two most important factors of successful plastic surgery are selecting the right hospital and the right surgeon, who is held to the highest standards of education, training, safety and ethics. 
 State-of-the-art facilities: They include hospitals, operating room, outpatient care centers and specialized care centers in the privacy and sterility. 
The American advanced technology – VECTRA 3D IMAGING SYSTEM will:

+ Measure the accurate current breast sizes,
+ Identify whether the size is suitable with customer body or not,
+ Help you to visualize what the potential outcome of your surgery will be.

 Experienced, caring support: We are chosen by thousands of patients to provide them with the best care, from their consultation to surgery and throughout their entire aftercare. Our medical team and administration staffs at EMCAS are here to support you in every step of your journey.

We understand that your decision to go ahead with our high quality cosmetic or weight loss surgery shouldn’t be restricted by cost. That’s why we’ve made it easy to estimate the cost of your treatment during consultation and spread the cost with flexible payment options to suit you.

Up to 80% of patients at EMCAS have had cosmetic or weight loss surgery after consultation and can share their experiences with you.

If you choose EMCAS to have plastic surgery overseas, breast surgery is a 2-hour procedure with an overnight stay at the hospital which only requires a week stay in Ho Chi Minh city.
A candidate for breast capsulectomy is:
  • Experiencing symptoms related to capsular contracture
  • In good medical and psychological health;
  • Educated on and having realistic expectations for her capsulectomy surgery;
  • A non-smoker, as smoking may interfere with both your capsulectomy procedure and your recovery time.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Breast surgery:
 Q: Does everyone get capsules after having breast implants?
A: The body automatically reacts to any foreign object it detects within it and attempts to isolate said object by creating a barrier of scar tissue around it. Soft capsules do not cause any symptoms and do not need to be removed. But sometimes, some women tend to develop thick scar tissue after any kind of penetrating skin injury. In this case, capsule of scar tissue becomes unusually hard and starts to contract around the implant. Aesthetically, it often also distorts the end result of a surgery, leaving a patient unhappy with their breasts
 Q: During a capsulectomy, will my breast implants be removed?
A: Most of women removing the capsule and replace with a new implant. You can also choose to remove your breast implants entirely and go back to your natural breast size. Our surgeon will fully explain the procedures and options available for your case.
 Q: Will I Be in pain?
A: Most of our customer share with us the recovery is far less painful than they expected. Some discomfort, swelling is to be expected and can be well controlled. You will have prescription pain medication in 5 days after the procedure to help you stay comfortable through the first stages of healing. A return to normal light activity is possible as soon as you feel ready, usually within a day or two.
 Q: Will my nipple sensation or feeling change?
A: Some women experience changes or loss of nipple sensation after breast augmentation. In many cases, these changes are only temporary and nipple sensation returns after several months. Unfortunately, more than 10% of women, however, have permanent alterations in nipple sensation.
 Q: Can I still breastfeed after breast surgery?
A: The answer to this question is simply that most women can still breastfeed just fine after breast surgery. Breastfeeding with implants has been shown to be safe for the baby and the mother.
For more information about breast surgery, please schedule a consultation with our experienced surgeons
We believe that you should see our qualified surgeon who is going to do the capsulectomy breast implant removal procedure right from the start. And it's important to give yourself some time to ensure that you want the surgery after your free no-obligation consultation and to ensure that you feel at ease with the surgeon who is going to help you.
  • Strictly NO food and drink including water for 6-8 hours before surgery. Having food or drink in your system could cause complications from the anesthesia,
  • Stop smoking before your procedure for a few weeks to avoid nicotine-related risks,
  • Do not take medications that could increase bleeding, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatories and aspirin. Avoid supplements that have similar effects, like vitamin E and fish oil,
  • You must be cleared for surgery by appropriate pre-surgery screening (blood test, EKG, X-ray, ultrasound etc.) in accordance with your surgeon's instructions and our Patient Safety requirements,
  • Choose clothes that will be comfortable (loose-fitting clothes and slip-on shoes). You shouldn't wear contact lenses, accessories like jewelry, watches, wigs or hairpins. Do not apply any products to your skin or hair the morning of surgery,
  • Line up a family member or friend to drive you home after your procedure or post-operative care since you will be receiving anesthesia.
Breast capsulectomy or breast implant removal, is typically an outpatient procedure performed under general anesthesia and takes approximately two hours to complete the procedure. 
Your surgeon will make an incision through the existing scar tissue to remove the implant. Excess scar tissue is removed, and your surgeon may then replace the removed implant, or insert a new one altogether. 
During the recovery period, you will have follow-ups with your surgeon and will be guided back to your usual activities. Please don't skip your post-op follow-ups for bandage changing and suture removal in every 2 to 3 days.
You may need to wear a compression garment (bandage or support bra) for a couple of weeks to help reduce swelling. You can expect to be bruised and swollen for the first couple of weeks. Pain and discomfort can be controlled with medications.
It’s a good idea to avoid strenuous activity and smoking until you’re completely healed.