Breast Revision Before & After: Case #15
66 year old, 5’7″, 135 lbs, had her initial breast augmentation performed in 1978. The implants were placed in front of the muscle (subglandular) at that point. She had bilateral capsular contracture with ruptured silicone implants, that were replaced by another surgeon, in 2011. The implants, moderate plus 275 cc silicone at that point were replaced in the same plane (subglandular) by same surgeon. She shortly after, developed bilateral capsular contracture. She presented to our office with painful breasts. She was obviously very unhappy with the look of her breasts and the multiple surgeries she had to undergo. At this point, we performed a complete capsulectomy and removal of the implants. A new subpectoral plane was established with placement of Strattice Contour 2 biomesh, as well as 450 cc moderate plus silicone implants. Bra size changed from 36C to 36D..
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