Reconstructive breast surgery is challenging and continually evolving. In the past decade, numerous soft tissue adjuncts, such as acellular dermal matrices (ADMs), have revolutionized breast reconstruction serving as a tool to improve results and minimize the need for revision. The use of ADMs has been widely discussed in primary and secondary breast reconstruction after mastectomy. They have been shown to be an effective and safe option to correct complications; however, there is a relative paucity of literature on their use in revisional surgery after aesthetic breast procedures. The authors queried PubMed for existing literature regarding the use of ADMs in secondary breast surgery. Five case series from an initial search of 278 articles met the inclusion criteria. An overall infection rate of 2% and a complication rate of implant malposition was 0.8% with the use of ADMs. Although the literature is sparse regarding their use in this setting, early reports indicate that they are both safe and efficacious with a reasonable rate of complications.