Chateaux Muse

Seroma Removal – Chateaux Muse

What is seroma removal?

Seromas can be removed by having them drained by one of our in house professionals using a syringe or needle. This procedure is called aspiration. Multiple sessions may be needed if the first aspiration does not fully drain the seroma. In most cases a bandage or wrap will be applied to reduce leakage. Seromas that do not respond well to non-surgical treatment may then need surgical assistance.

Why is seroma removal important?

Seromas are common after surgery but treatment usually depends on the size of the seroma. A small seroma may go away on its own without any medical treatment. However, if the seroma continues to grow or begins to look infected, treatment may be required. Seromas can be removed by having them drained by a healthcare professional using a syringe or needle. This procedure is called aspiration. Multiple sessions may be needed if the first aspiration does not fully drain the seroma. In most cases a bandage or wrap will be applied to reduce leakage. Seromas that do not respond well to non-surgical treatment may then need surgical assistance.

Seroma removal is typically recommended 1 week following surgery.

All Seroma Removal sessions are 60 minutes long and can be performed in-spa or in the comfort of your home.

In-Spa Pricing

$175 for a single session

A hold will be placed on your card during booking and you will be charged at the time of your appointment.

In-Home Pricing

$325 for a single session

A hold will be placed on your card during booking and you will be charged at the time of your appointment.

Frequently asked questions

Have another question?

Depending on the size of the seroma, we may drain it with a syringe. You may need more than one drainage. Once drained, we will give you specific instructions on how to compress the area so it does not return.

A seroma left untreated poses a risk of infection. In some cases, a thin layer of tissue called fibrous capsule gathers around the seroma fluid, making it harder to drain. Surgical removal may become necessary. An encapsulated seroma may then become an abscess, a painful collection of pus which is usually caused by an infection.

 You may send us a video of the possible seroma or ask your doctor before making an appointment.

With proper instruction on aftercare, seromas are less likely to return after being treated

There may be slight discomfort while removing the seroma fluid, however, we will do our best to make sure you are as comfortable as possible during the procedure.

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