Breast Pocket Revision For Malposition After Breast Augmentation
34 year old Asian female 6 months after breast revision surgery. She had a breast augmentation in another country. You can see that the her left breast implant was placed too high. Correction was performed by raising her right implant and lowering her left implant.
Malposition is a common complication of breast augmentation surgery
Correction in this case was performed by raising her right implant and lowering her left implant.
Scars are in the inframammary crease below her breast
Pocket is mantained by a suture technique
Scars are barely visible
Patient also had a nipple reduction procedure
Procedure Related Video
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Breast Revision Surgery
Breast Revision Surgery ( also called secondary breast surgery ) is a term given to any procedure used to correct complications of breast augmentation. As a surgeon with a reputation for performing word class breast augmentation procedures, I will get referrals from all around the country.
Breast Revision Surgery is most commonly performed for malposition of a breast implant. The implant needs to sit in a pocket that the surgeon creates. This pocket is sometimes made too high, too low, too wide, or too narrow. Making a pocket larger can be releatively simple. Moving a pocket or making it smaller can be extremely difficult as the pocket needs to be made smaller using suture placement which is not an exact science.
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