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"Self-esteem is so tied up in how we feel about our bodies. When I can improve someone's figure even their face becomes more beautiful because their self-esteem has skyrocketed. True beauty is not a technical thing; It comes from within and how we feel about ourselves."

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Breast Revision Surgery Patient 15026

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Description: This 33 year-old woman had previous subglandular breast augmentation six times, but felt that her breasts were still droopy and developed a contracture ( hardening of her breast implant) on the right. She is now 18 months s/p bilateral removal of her high profile subglandular implants with capsulectomies, subpectoral replacement with 300 cc smooth round moderate profile plus silicone implants and bilateral vertical (lollipop) lifts. She currently wears a C cup bra.

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Breast Revision Surgery Patient 59956

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Description: This 54 year-old woman had subpectoral implants placed and a left mastopexy twenty years ago and over time, with the sagging of her native breast tissue combined with capsular contracture she also developed a “Snoopy” deformity. Her severe bilateral capsular contracture caused her breasts to be “rock hard” and painful on the left side. In this postoperative picture she is six months after removal of 340 cc implants and replacement with 339 cc smooth round midrange profile silicone implants, bilateral capsulectomies, a right periareolar mastopexy and a left vertical (lollipop) mastopexy. Her breasts are now soft and she no longer has pain on the left side.

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Breast Revision Surgery Patient 39443

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Description: This 27 year-old woman had reconstruction of her tuberous breast deformity at age seventeen with bilateral breast augmentation and mastopexies, but as is expected her breasts had sagged over time and now, ten years later they were sagging and again tuberous in appearance. She is three months postoperative from bilateral removal of subpectoral 350 and 175 cc implants, replacement with 550 cc and 350 cc smooth round high profile silicone implants, right periareolar mastopexy and left vertical mastopexy.

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Breast Revision Surgery Patient 13118

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Description: This 26 year-old woman presented two years after bilateral subpectoral breast augmentation with her sagging breast tissue sliding off the implants sitting high up under the muscle. This is known as a “Snoopy” deformity—from the side the breasts in the preoperative picture have the shape of Snoopy’s nose. Here she is six months after removal of 400 cc silicone implants, replacement with 265 cc smooth round mid-range profile silicone implants, capsulotomies and bilateral mastopexies using a vertical design with a Wise Pattern (anchor) incision.

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Breast Revision Surgery Patient 46388

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Description: This 31 year-old woman presented seven years after breast augmentation with symmastia (loss of space between the breasts). This commonly happens when patients, such as this one have a pectus excavatum (a chest wall deformity where the center of the chest is sunken in.) Over time breast implants can fall down into the center of the chest. Her postoperative pictures were taken six months after removal of 300 moderate profile saline implants, replacement with 265 cc midrange smooth round silicone implants and bilateral capsulorrhaphy (suturing of the breast capsule to the chest wall to raise the inframammary crease and separate the breasts.

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