Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection) : Human error such as over injection and improper positioning of the Silicone in the Mons Pubis can cause severe disfigurement and a lifetime of emotional pain. Mons Pubis reconstruction may help alleviate women’s intimate problem.
Many unsatisfied women come to our Center to discuss their post silicone injection concerns. During our consultations, we try to explain that even if the procedure was performed flawlessly, complications usually arise due to the fact that an unnatural substance (silicone) is embedded in your tissues.
Our bodies naturally degenerate as we age; silicone does not do so in the same manner. Permanent fillers, like silicone, do not decompose like normal tissues do, thus problems and complications may arise at any given time.
A woman who has had the silicone injected can be properly removed only by surgical intervention. The removal of injected silicone is quite time consuming and difficult. Silicone tends to form micro-beads that lodge themselves deep within skin tissues. Completely removing every particle is nearly impossible.
The only true way to remove portions of the injected silicone is to directly excise the affected tissues. Removal of injected silicone from the Mons Pubis requires patience, precision, training, and experience.
Silicone removal surgeries vary from case to case. Every woman is injected with different quantities and in different locations. Some women require more excision than others. For this type of surgery, it is best to have your personal situation assessed by consultation.
Because of technological advances, Cosmetic Gynecology Surgeries involving the use of laser have been utilized in Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection). Advantages of laser over old conventional scalpel procedure include; less blood loss, less risk of vessel and tissue damage, precise and accurate surgical wound control, quicker recovery time, and better overall results.
General Notes & Precautions
1) Important points to consider about the Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection)
This surgery is a very difficult and tedious cosmetic surgery. Your surgeon must determine where most of the silicone injections have settled and what tissue (s) needs to be excised; this takes time, precision, and patience. Many cosmetic surgeons do not perform this type of surgery or are not very familiar with the technique used. There are more surgeons willing to inject silicone than there are willing to remove it.
This surgery is not allowed for women with immunodeficiency. In addition, this surgical procedure is not recommended unless you have a discussion with your spouse because this may lead to problems, and misunderstandings caused by refraining from sexual intercourse for quite a time.
This surgery has limitations and cannot absolutely ensure satisfactory results, because there are so many factors affecting the surgery’s success. After the injected silicone is removed, you may require an additional cosmetic surgical surgery to improve your overall genital appearance. If an additional surgery is necessary, expenses for services and treatment will be charged accordingly. If an additional surgery results in complications such as bleeding or wound separation, all expenses for services and treatment will no longer be charged to you.
The important preparations you should know before the surgery are that within 5-7 days after the surgery you should take a rest (refrain from work) and be still to enable the wound to heal faster. Have little movement as possible to avoid wound disruption for 1-2 weeks after the surgery. You should refrain from some types of strenuous exercise and sexual intercourse for at least 6-8 weeks after the surgery.
This surgery is performed in our operating room for approximately 2-3 hours under General Anesthesia administered by a board-certified anesthesiologist. You have to refrain from drinking water or food for at least 6 hours prior to the surgery in order to decrease the risk of aspirating gastric contents during or after the surgery. This complication is very serious, and you need to strictly follow our recommendations.
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2) Before the Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection)
You will be invited to a pre-operative consultation room, where you will be evaluated for surgery. You will be received by a member of the nursing staff in our Center, who will make inquiries regarding your previous medical history as well as arrange for your vital signs such as temperature, respiration, blood pressure, and pulse. In case of existing diseases or drug allergies, please inform the medical staff before the consultation. You should prepare and take with you any pills or treatment medications, you are currently taking.
You can possibly have the surgery done on the day of your consultation depending on the availability of Dr. Vitasna’s schedule. Otherwise, you may book for a possible surgery on the day of your consultation. This you may do through online pre-consultation and arrangement. It is best to undergo the surgery after your period. It is not advisable to do the surgery just before the period starts or during the period.
A staff nurse will usher you to a treatment room, where Dr. Vitasna will investigate your health history, and conduct both a general check-up and internal check-up. After the examination and assessment, you will discuss with Dr. Vitasna about your expectations and concerns. She will then explain to you about the methods (or techniques), processes of the surgery, some potential post-operative risks and complications prior to decision-making. You may also be asked about your expectations for the surgery and if you have any allergies or any condition that wouldn’t make you a good candidate for the surgery as well as other additional inquiries.
After you have chosen the best alternative for your case, prices and quotes will be written down with you. —This ends your consultation.
3) The cost of the Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection)
The cost of the surgery will include professional fees for the anesthesiologist and the surgeon, all the instruments, the home medications, and the medicine used for the surgery as well. However, fees for laboratory work-up for other existing diseases that you may have, and the professional fees for the anesthesiologist and the surgeon for corrective surgery is not included in the package.
4) Read more about : The Pre Operative Processes on the day of the Surgery
The processes of the Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection)
1) During the Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection) Surgery
While you are sleeping, Dr. Vitasna will perform the surgery by removing the silicone (that has fused or merged with the tissues) from your Mons Pubis with careful and precise excision, and the only real way to remove some of it is to directly excise the tissue that is involved.
Dr. Vitasna will try to reconstruct the deformed Mons Pubis as it was prior to the silicone injection. Afterwards, Dr. Vitasna will suture the surgical wound. The suturing is done alternatively with 2 or 3 layers to avoid post-operative bleeding.
The surgical wound needs to be covered with a gauze pack after the surgery to stop bleeding. The blood and lymph drainage tubes (wound drain) are put in place, and a urinary catheter is inserted into your bladder via the urethra. The wound drain and urinary catheter may be removed within 3-5 days after surgery. In this regard, some of you may have to keep the blood and lymph drainage tubes for more than 3-5 days after the surgery.
Mons Pubis Reconstruction (post improper silicone injection) is one of the most complex and meticulous cosmetic surgeries performed today. It requires extensive experience, precision, and accuracy to create the optimal results you desire and deserve. Many surgeons have little to no experience with this type of advanced cosmetic surgery. You should research and be conscious of the surgeon’s educational background, training, and practical experience.