Abnormal and Revised Breast Patient 01
She is a 22 year old female who has significant breast asymmetry. She underwent a wise pattern mastopexy with areola reduction on the left breast to achieve a more symmetric appearance. A 350cc silicone implant was placed on the left and 275cc silicone implant was placed on right.
Abnormal and Revised Breast Patient 02
Abnormal and Revised Breast Patient 03
This patient is a 60 year old female who had been diagnosed with left breast cancer. In her pre-op photo she is shown with a bandage on her left breast from the biopsy performed by the General Surgeon. She later had a left mastectomy and an imidiate left breast reconstruction using a TRAM flap. A TRAM flap involves moving tissue from your abdomen to the breast area to remake the breast after a mastectomy has been performed. She is shown here before and after undergoing a left mastectomy and left TRAM reconstruction.
Abnormal and Revised Breast Patient 04
The patient is a 27-year-old female with a tuberous breast on the right and significant ptosis with asymmetry. A donut mastopexy was performed on the right with 535 cc implant and a vertical mastopexy was performed on the left with a 455 cc implant given her severe asymmetry. Both were placed subglandularly.