Breast Asymmetry Case Study 19

Breast Asymmetry Case Study 19

This is a young lady who wished to improve symmetry. There will always be many options in this scenario and patients need to understand the pros and cons and limitations of using breast augments to increase volume. Breast augments have been used with different sizes and shapes in each breast to improve the appearance and … Continued
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 17

Breast Asymmetry Case Study 17

This lady underwent a bilateral breast reduction and bilateral nipple lift to provide not only a reduction and lift but also correct the asymmetry. It is never possible to create exact symmetry and there are some limitations. The anchor shaped scar pattern has been used and the results are seen at 6 months when the … Continued
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 15

This lady has a nipple that is lower on the right than the left and she has underwent a small lift of the right areola in order to symmetrize the appearance. The result is at 3 months and the scars will continue to fade with time
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 14

Severe chest wall asymmetry in a patient not wishing to have any thoracic surgery to improve the chest asymmetry. The breasts are very asymmetric and the breast sitting at very different heights. The breast on the right was dropped and an implant used to fill the redundant skin. On the left a mastopexy implant was … Continued
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 13

Breast asymmetry with tuberous breast deformity. This patient had a breast augmentation on the left side and a mastopexy implant using a periareolar scar with repositioning of the breast tissue over the implant on the right side. There was also release of the herniated nipple areola complex on the right.
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 12

Breast asymmetry with a larger more ptotic breast on the right, which is also narrower in a lady not wishing to have breast augmentation. The breasts have both been lifted and repositioned with differing amounts of tissue removed from each breast.
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 11

Breast asymmetry with a larger more ptotic breast on the left. This is an early result at 6 weeks showing the improvement in symmetry using a benellimastopexy on the left in combination with a breast augmentation and a breast augmentation only on the right.
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 9

Breast asymmetry with an enlarged right breast and an underdeveloped left breast. A mastopexy implant has been performed on the right and an augmentation only on the left. This is an early result at 6 weeks.
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Breast Asymmetry Case Study 7

This patient had previous cardiac surgery and had developed asymmetry. A breast reduction on the right hand side has been used to provide better symmetry. This is an early postop result at 6 weeks.
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