Breast Revision.

Offered in Sydney, Breast Revision is a plastic surgery procedure that involves adjusting or replacing Breast Implants. While motivations for Breast Revision vary, most of our clients are wanting to change the style of their implants, change the size of their breast implants or in rare cases, address issues they have with their current breast implants.

There are a range of surgical options available. Our highly skilled Plastic Surgeons will partner with you to understand your unique motivations and create a customised treatment plan for you.

Breast Revision Prices.

From your surgery, hospital and more, our comprehensive Sydney surgery packages include:

  • Plastic Surgeon Fees
  • General Anaesthetist Fees
  • Premier Private Hospital Fees
  • Premium Breast Implants
  • Personal Client Manager to Support You All the Way


    A BREAST REVISION is a Plastic Surgery procedure during which existing breast implants are replaced. Clients may want larger implants, smaller implants or better quality implants, such as Motiva or Mentor. CosMediTour offer Breast Revision Surgery in Sydney. 


    Sydney Breast Revision from $14,990 * VIEW PACKAGE +

    Sydney Breast Revision and Lift from $20,190 * VIEW PACKAGE +

    Sydney Breast Revision and Capsulectomy from $16,190 * VIEW PACKAGE +

    * Package prices reflect a standard Breast Revision case. Higher package prices apply for cases with a greater degree of surgical complexity, or for surgical add-ons. Please refer to Package information for standard inclusions or complete your free Online Assessment to receive your personalised surgical recommendation and quote.

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    Why Choose CosMediTour?

    CosMediTour is committed to delivering exceptional results for their clients. Read on to discover why thousands of clients have entrusted us with their Plastic Surgery journey.


    Free Surgical Assessments
    CosMediTour’s free Breast Revision surgery assessment is completed right in the comfort of your home. Easy and obligation-free, it’s a convenient way to see if you’re a suitable candidate for surgery, to ask questions and determine whether a Breast Revision is the right decision for you.

    Competitive Pricing
    At CosMediTour our comprehensive packages mean you can rest easy knowing that your premium care includes your surgery, hospital and more.

    Experience Matters
    As Australia’s largest Plastic Surgery group, CosMediTour has supported thousands of clients through their Breast Surgery.

    Leading Plastic Surgeons
    CosMediTour partners with some of Australia’s best Plastic Surgeons, each with an exceptional track-record of delivering high-quality care and truly beautiful results.

    Unparalleled Support
    Enjoy your own personal Client Manager to assist you throughout your journey. Friendly, knowledgeable and supportive, our experts are at hand to answer your questions, help you prepare for surgery, and ensure you’re feeling confident and happy every step of the way.

    We also provide free video consultations and assist with arrangements to create a smooth medical travel experience for our clients all over Australia, and the world.

    Multiple Surgery Locations
    We offer our clients a world of choice when it comes to where you’d like to have your surgery, with world-class Plastic Surgery facilities across Sydney, the Gold Coast and Internationally.

    What is a Breast Revision?

    Over time, lifestyle and preference changes can mean that your implants are no longer aligned with your expectations.  In rare cases, issues like displacement, capsular contracture, or rupture may lead to the implants needing to be replaced or removed. Depending on your motivations and surgical goals, a Breast Revision may involve:

    • Making Adjustments to Your Current Implants.
    • Replacing Your Implants with New Implants
    • Fat Grafting
    • Breast Lift
    • Breast Implant Removal, also referred to as Breast Explant

    Breast Revision surgery can:  

    • Enhance the size, shape, and position of your breasts
    • Lift the breasts and implants after pregnancy and breast feeding
    • Renew the shape of your breasts after weight loss
    • Correct issues arising from your previous Breast Augmentation
    • Prevent the development of rare implant-related illnesses


    Breast Revision Recovery.

    Recovery periods vary from person to person; however, clients must rest for 1-2 weeks after their surgery and allow 4 – 6 weeks for post-surgery recovery. Healing is an individual process but a full recovery generally takes place over 6 – 12 months. During this time, the appearance of the implants will change and settle.

    Breast Revision Risks.

    When considering any surgical procedure, it is important to understand that despite choosing a skilled plastic surgeon, receiving care in a premium hospital, and following recovery protocols, all surgical procedures carry risk and complications can still occur. 

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    Before & After Gallery.

    Discover what our highly-qualified, experienced Plastic Surgeons are capable of achieving by viewing our Before and After Breast Surgery Gallery. All images featured in the Gallery are actual CosMediTour clients who have given consent to have their photos published.

    Please note that results vary between individuals, and the images shared in the gallery do not guarantee that your outcome will be the same. Images may contain nudity and are not intended for people under the age of 18.

    Your Free Consultation.

    What To Expect.

    Breast Revision At A Glance.

    Assessment and Enquiry

    Your Enquiry &

    Start your journey by connecting with our friendly Client Support Specialists. Over the phone or by video chat, you’ll get the answers to all of your questions, understand if you’re a suitable candidate for surgery, and receive your personalised surgical recommendation.

    Your Surgeon Consultation

    Your Surgeon Consultation

    Today you will meet with your Plastic Surgeon to discuss your desired outcomes and plan your procedure. Your Surgeon will assess your body composition, breast anatomy and reasons for seeking a Breast Revision before recommending the best approach for you. 

    Your Plastic Surgery

    Plastic Surgery

    Your surgery will take place in one of our state-of-the-art, accredited private hospitals. You will be placed under general anaesthetic for the duration of the procedure (typically up to 3 hours), and, once complete, most of our patients can return home 2 to 3 hours after they wake.

    Veneer Review and Refinement

    Recovery Period

    Plan for at least 2 weeks of downtime after surgery. Initial discomfort will subside within the first few days and, after the first week, you’ll be able to resume driving. You’ll wear a post-surgical support garment for 6 weeks, and your Surgeon will advise when you can reintroduce exercise.

    We're Here To Help.

    Frequently Asked Questions.

    A great decision starts with great questions; so ask us as many as you can to see if Breast Revision surgery is right for you. To help you  get started, here are the answers to the questions we’re most commonly asked.

    How long after a Breast Augmentation can I have a Breast Revision?

    It’s best to wait for 6-12 months after your initial surgery before considering a revision. This time will ensure that your implants are settled and that you fully recover from the Augmentation. The timing of a Breast Revision is an individual as you are so, should surgery be required sooner to resolve complications, your Surgeon will work with you to determine this. 

    Can I have a Breast Revision incision through the same site?

    Incision sites will depend on several factors. Your Surgeon will provide advice on the best options available to you.  In most cases, your Surgeon will use the same inframammary fold incision site. This is the most precise technique for Breast Implant placement, particularly if corrective techniques are required alongside your Breast Revision. 

    How long will my recovery take after Breast Revision?

    Everyone’s journey is different, so it is important to work with your Plastic Surgeon to determine when it’s safe for you to return to work.  As a guide, most of our Breast Revision clients have recovered enough within 1 – 2 weeks to return to work. 

    Can I Breastfeed after Breast Revision surgery?

    Most women with Breast Implants can breastfeed with little to no concerns at all. It is important to note that even women without implants can experience breast feeding complications. Please talk to your Plastic Surgeon about breast feeding and implants prior to your surgery. 


    How long do Breast Implants last?

    Premium breast implants will usually last 20+ years. Our Plastic Surgeons only use high-quality Mentor or Motiva implants that each come with either a 10-year or unlimited manufacturer warranty against structural defects. 

    Do I need a support garment after my Breast Revision?

    Yes, you do. Wearing a post-surgery support garment is critical to your recovery after your Breast Revision. It aids with the management of swelling and healing of your incisions. In most cases, clients are required to wear this compression-style garments for at least 6 weeks. 

    How long will I need to be off work after my Breast Revision?

    Everyone has a different recovery journey, and of course a different style of work. As a guide, generally our Breast Revision clients can return to work within 1 – 2 weeks. Your personal recovery time may vary. As with all aspects of your procedure, your Plastic Surgeon will provide you with personalised advice. 

    How long before I can drive after a Breast Revision?

    Car travel should be kept to a minimum for the initial 2 weeks post-surgery, with extra care taken with seatbelt placement. Where a Breast Lift has been performed as part of the Breast Revision, a return to driving may take longer, as raising the arms should be limited for at least 10 days. As with all aspects of your recovery, your Plastic Surgeon will provide you with personalised advice on when you can safely recommence driving. 

    How long does Breast Revision surgery take?

    Breast Revision surgery takes approximately 3 hours. If a Breast Lift is performed in conjunction with the your Breast Revision, your surgery may take up to 5 hours. Clients are placed under general anaesthetic for the duration of the procedure and, in most cases, can return home 2 – 3 hours after they wake. As with all aspects of your journey, your Surgeon will provide you with personalised advice on the timing for your procedure. 

    When can I start wearing an underwire bra after a Breast Revision?

    Generally, an underwire bra should not be worn for the first 8-weeks following surgery. Instead, you will need to wear your post-surgery support garment to aid your recovery. All clients heal at different rates so, as with all aspects of your recovery, your Surgeon will provide you with personalised advice on the timing that is right for you. 

    When can I start exercising after a Breast Revision?

    In most cases, exercise can be reintroduced from 8 weeks, however care must be taken when completing arm and chest muscle exercises. High impact aerobic activities, like jogging, running, and jumping should not be completed before a full recovery, as they can drastically affect your surgical results. Similarly, you must wait until your Surgeon advises that it’s safe for you to resume weight training and swimming. It’s important to note that the length of each client’s recovery may vary. This is dependent on their specific procedure and individual anatomy. As with all aspects of your recovery, your Surgeon will provide you with personalised advice. 

    Is a Breast Revision Painful?

    Everyone has a different pain threshold, so it’s not possible to predict exactly how you’ll feel. Mild, moderate or sometimes even severe discomfort is normal and your pain will generally start to ease after 1-2 weeks. As with all aspects of your recovery, your Surgeon will provide you with personalised advice on pain management and prescribe medication as required.