Cases in Breast

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Mastopexy

The patient is a woman in her mid 30’s who was dissatisfied with her breast ptosis (droop) and asymmetry.  She has improvement with a circumvertical mastopexy.  An incision along the inframamammary fold was not required as her skin excess was mostly vertical and not horizontal.

Breast Augmentation Revision – Capsulectomy with Implant Exchange

The patient is a woman in her early 50’s who had breast augmentation approximately 15 years prior to presentation.  With aging, her breast has relaxed over her contracted implants.  She has improvement with capsulectomy and exchange for moderately cohesive silicone moderate profile 640 cc implants.

Breast Augmentation Revision – Capsulectomy with Implant Exchange to Below Muscle

The patient is a woman in her early 50’s who had breast augmentation with 500 cc low cohesive silicone implants in the above muscle position by another surgeon approximately 1.5 years prior to presentation for revision.  She was dissatisfied with her asymmetry and discomfort from right side high grade contracture.  It is well accepted that …

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Breast Augmentation After Pregnancy Volume Loss

The patient is a woman in her early 50’s who was dissatisfied with her post pregnancy volume loss, but does  not want to look augmented.  She has improvement with minimally cohesive moderate profile 240 cc implants.

Breast Augmentation Before Pregnancy

The patient is a woman in her late 20’s who was dissatisfied with her breast size and shape.  She gets the augmented look she desired with cohesive silicone high profile 440 cc implants.

Breast Augmentation – Dense Breasts

The patient is a woman in her mid 30’s who was dissatisfied with her breast size, shape, and asymmetry.  She has improvement with cohesive silicone full profile implants. 485 cc on the right and 450 cc on the left.  Note that while volume asymmetry may be addressed, there will always be shape and position asymmetries.

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