This 32 year old woman originally had breast augmentation with 380 cc smooth saline implants under the breast to address tubular deformity and asymmetry. The implant deflated after 7.5 years, and she went on to have removal of both saline implants with release of scar tissue and placement of larger, 460 cc Natrelle silicone breast implants.
This 50 year old woman had mastectomy on both sides with radiation to the left side to treat breast cancer. Her implant reconstruction failed on the left, so latissimus back tissue (skin and muscle) was moved into the left chest, covering a new silicone implant.
This is a woman in her 40's who had saline breast implants placed about 12 years prior with significant tightness and scar. She decided to have the implants exchanged to smaller gels. She is photographed 4 months after her surgical procedure, with soft, lifted breasts. She is improved functionally and cosmetically!
This is a woman in her 30's who had saline implant surgery 10 years prior with sagging. She had a breastlift and replacement of her saline implants. She has a much softer, lifted look.
This is a 40 year old woman who has a history of weight loss and prior saline breast implants. She wanted more lift in the breasts, as well as increased size. She increased from a 350cc to 450 cc saline implant and had a mastopexy performed. Now she is lifted and has a more amply filled skin envelope.
- This is a 45 year old woman who decided to switch from silicone to saline implants. Her implants were increased in size by about 25 cc and the breasts were internally tightened, improving her appearance nicely. The patient is very happy.
This woman in her late 30's had saline breast augmentation 15 years prior by another surgeon. Since the surgery and 3 pregnancies, the implants settled low, with the nipples appearing to be too superiorly located. She underwent an implant exchange, maintaining saline implants at 480 cc, with tightening of the breast pockets to lift and tighten her breasts, which now look incredible, and natural! She is photographed 8 months after surgery.
This woman in her 60's had silicone breast augmentation 30 years ago, with imaging demonstrating ruptured implants. Her ruptured implants were removed and replaced. She looks and feels better. She was also interested in improving her abdominal contour, and underwent abdominoplasty with muscle tightening and some liposuction of the waist. Her body now looks better than it did decades ago.
This is a woman whose saline breast implant deflated on the left side many years after inital breast augmentation performed elsewhere. She had her implants replaced with silicone gel implants, and wanted to match her cup size. She is very pleased with her results, photographed 3 months after surgery.
This woman presented post silicone gel breast augmentation from another plastic surgeon. She thought her implants were seated too low, and she was right (original surgeon tried to convince her that breast implants were in optimal position). She underwent revision of the implant pocket, maintaining the same implant. She looks much better and is very pleased 5 months post surgery.
This young woman presented with breast implant malposition with implants that were too low. Surgery was done to successfully reposition the implants to a more aesthetic locaton. The patient is thrilled. She is photographed 9 months after surgery.
This lovely woman presented because she was unhappy with the appearance of her implants. She was switched to anatomically shaped implants and underwent a lift to improve the breast contour and nipple position. She is photographed 14 months after surgery.
This woman complained of significant developmental breast asymmetry after having had an implant surgery by another plastic surgeon. She presented for improved symmetry and contours. She required significant shaping and pocket revision and right breast lift. She is photographed 3 months after her surgery.s