Correct Asymmetry, Capsular Contracture and More with Breast Revision Surgery. Feel Proud of Your Breasts Again!

woman holding her breasts

You emerged from surgery feeling excited, hopeful and knowing you finally had the breasts you had always dreamed of.

Then devastation.  For a myriad of reasons, the breast surgery was a disaster and you’re left with results that are not only worse than your preoperative situation, but your confidence and faith in the process has also been shaken. Yet as traumatized as you may feel, you also know you cannot live with the results of your botched surgery. You have to find the right surgeon to correct the damage done to your body.

Dr. Schwartz is that surgeon. Contact him today at (972) 954-9336 or by filling out the contact form to learn about your breast revision options.

Why Would I Need Breast Revision Surgery?

Indeed, there can be any number of reasons why a woman needs implant revision surgery–from:

or other changes in the breast tissue that have resulted in breast sagging (ptosis) or breast tissue thinning.  While other reasons for breast implant revision include visible implant rippling or the desire to exchange saline for a silicone gel implant, or vice versa.

Diagnosis is Key

Critical with any breast implant revision is a correct diagnosis.  More often than not, however, it’s a diagnosis that Dr. Schwartz must make without the benefit of the patient’s post-operative data.  Which is why breast implant revisions especially require a surgeon with enough experience and creativity to accurately assess the situation in the operating room where the real issues often present themselves.  It is during these times that you really want Dr. Schwartz as your surgeon.  In Dr. Schwartz’s skilled hands, you can finally relax while he restores your body to the vision you have always wished.

What Can Incorrect Positioning Lead To?

Incorrect breast implant positioning can result in:

  • Bottoming Out
  • Asymmetry
  • Synmastia
  • Bread Loafing
  • Double Bubble
  • Excess Cleavage
  • Implant Rotation

What Can I Do To Correct My Implants?

The first step to correcting your breast implants is to contact Dr. Robert Schwartz at (972) 954-9336 or by filling out the contact form. Many questions about plastic surgery can be answered over the phone, but in order to give you the best personalized advice, we may ask you to come in to speak with Dr. Schwartz.

This is not a sales meeting.

We believe that it’s unethical to put any level of pressure on patients, which is why we keep our consultations purely informational. Choosing breast revision surgery is an important decision, and having the best information available is the key to lifelong satisfaction with your results. During your one-on-one consultation, Dr. Schwartz will take this time to learn about you, your ambitions and your concerns. You will walk away from the consultation with valuable information about your surgery options that’s specific to your breasts. Whether you have a quick question about a specific procedure or simply want to learn what’s possible for your body, we are just a phone call or email away.

Financing Options are Available

Looking to finance your breast revision? No problem! Most of our patients prefer to finance through:

  • CareCredit
  • United Medical Credit
  • Prosper Healthcare Lending
  • Alphaeon Credit

There are several other good options for financing your surgery. For instance, some of our patients have been able to obtain cosmetic surgery loans from their own bank. This is a good option to check first because, if it is available, the terms are often the most favorable.

It’s also possible to purchase the surgery with a credit card. We accept American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover cards. Some patients have even obtained new low or zero interest credit cards expressly for this purpose. is an excellent site for finding the best current credit card offers.

We hope this information is helpful to you. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to call.

Meet Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Robert Schwartz

rsAt this point, you’ve no doubt been considering some positive changes for yourself. That’s the first step. The next—finding the right doctor, someone who cares as much about how you feel as how you look. And rightfully so. Cosmetic surgery is an intensely personal decision, one that can change your perception of self and therefore your life. Dr. Schwartz begins here—listening to who you are beneath the skin and who you want to be—before determining how best to help you achieve your goals. Because a really good surgeon doesn’t operate on you. He operates for you, the whole person. Dr. Schwartz deeply believes this, practices this, and that’s why people from across the country seek him out for their plastic surgery needs—that and because Robert Schwartz is an exceptional plastic surgeon. But just as you had to find your way to Dr. Schwartz, Dr. Schwartz had to find his way to plastic surgery.

Robert Schwartz wasn’t going to make a good physicist. When he entered Yale University as an undergraduate, it seemed the logical choice. He had an aptitude for science and his overachieving family home in Montreal expected him to make a difference. But while his colleagues found beauty in the law of inertia—Robert was not equally moved. Rather, the most compelling force in Robert’s life had always been and remains people—his family, friends, and ultimately his patients. More than defining any laws of nature, it would be his ability to help redefine others that would be his greatest talent. Consequently, by his junior year at Yale, he had changed his major to pre-med and his focus to neuroscience. Graduating summa cum laude, he was awarded a Regents Scholarship for academic excellence at UCLA School of Medicine.

Only Robert couldn’t be sure of the med-school path. He needed time to explore his options and soon found himself working as a fashion model in Europe. Ironically, it was during this period—surrounded by so much classic art and so many classically “beautiful people”—that Robert began to question a different law of nature—the nature of beauty. How can it be defined and what is it that draws us inexplicably to one another? For Robert, the answer—like beauty itself—lies within each and every one of us. It would be the spark that revived his interest in medicine and eventually motivated him to complete his residency in general surgery at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, devoting two years to full-time research in plastic surgery. This ultimately led to his selection for the plastic surgery residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, widely regarded as one of the specialty’s premier programs.

Today, based in Dallas and licensed and certified in Texas and California, Dr. Schwartz has emerged as a destination surgeon for patients across the United States seeking the highest level of individual care. “Plastic Surgery Today,” his popular radio show on Free-FM Live 105.3, also attracts listeners nationwide via Internet stream and podcast, and he has appeared as an expert on many national television shows including America at Night, The Yolanda Gaskins Show, The Marty Griffin Show, The Popoff Report and The Debbie Mandel Show. Having authored more than a dozen articles, Dr. Schwartz speaks frequently to professional groups on plastic surgery. He is certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery, and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Medical Association, and the American College of Surgeons.


  • American Board of Plastic Surgery
  • American Board of Surgery


  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • American Medical Association


  • Yale University, Summa Cum Laude
  • UCLA School of Medicine, Regents Scholar


  • General Surgery Residency: Harbor–UCLA Medical Center
  • General Surgery Chief Resident: Harbor–UCLA Medical Center
  • Plastic Surgery Research Fellow: Harbor – UCLA Medical Center
  • Plastic Surgery Fellow: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
  • Plastic Surgery Chief Resident: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Dr. Schwartz’s impressive resume aside, many will simply tell you that the man has gifted hands. And yet, it’s more than skill that’s distinguishes Dr. Schwartz; it’s Robert’s unique ability to visualize you at your best and execute that vision throughout every phase of your treatment to consistently deliver unparalleled results.

This is what makes a world-class plastic surgeon. This is Dr. Robert Schwartz.

Fill out the contact form or call (972) 954-9336 and we’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you have.

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