Cases in Breast Lift

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Mastopexy revision

45 year old woman who underwent a previous inferior pedicle breast reduction.  Due to an over 100 lb weight loss following surgery, her breast became deflated and pancake-like.  Here she is 3 months after a mastopexy revision.

Breast Lift – Case 6

31 y/o woman who previously underwent an augmentation with circumareolar mastopexy by another surgeon that was complicated by recurrent ptosis and bottoming out. Here she is 6 weeks following a revision mastopexy using a inverted anchor skin pattern along with a small resection of breast tissue below the nipple. Attachments area (25)

Breast Lift – Case 5

47 y/o woman with deflated and ptotic breasts following serial pregnancies and surgically-induced massive weight loss. Here she is 6 months following mastopex augmentation with a vertical pattern lift and submuscular placement of 250 cc moderate plus Mentor gel implants.

Breast Lift – Case 4

40 y/o woman who is 3 months s/p a superior pedicle breast lift/reduction. The superior pedicle technique provides better aesthetics and long term durability of shape versus skin only or inferior pedicle techniques.

Breast Lift – Case 3

35 y/o woman underwent a mastopexy augmentation in 2015 that was complicated by implant malposition of the left implant into the left armpit. Here she is 6 months after a revision augmentation which included placement of 600 cc high profile Mentor gel implants and a left capsulorrhaphy

Breast Lift – Case 2

31 y/o woman who previously underwent an augmentation with circumareolar mastopexy by another surgeon that was complicated by recurrent ptosis and bottoming out. Here she is 6 weeks following a revision mastopexy using a inverted anchor skin pattern along with a small resection of breast tissue below the nipple. Attachments area (25)

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