Patient - Breast Augmentation
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This young lady did not like that her breasts were "odd-shaped" and "not round". She had a much more complex problem than just small breasts. Her breasts were very asymmetrical and had a deformity known as tuberous breasts. These are breasts that have a too narrow base, do not have a natural shape, and have overly large areolae. Correcting this problem is not easy and often requires both an implant and reduction of the areolae.Â
She is shown 6 months after a breast augmentation with Mentor saline implants placed under the muscle. Both are 475 cc but the right implant is filled to 480 cc and the left implant to 525 cc. She also had reduction of the areolae using a purse string technique, leaving a scar around the margin of the areolae. Her final result is excellent. Her bra size went from a B/C cup to a C/D cup.Â
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