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Female With Mammary Pseudoptosis Has Breast Augmentaion

Photos courtesy of: Mark Epstein, M.D., F.A.C.S., Stony Brook, New York (NY)

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Front View Before Breast Augmentation
Front View Before Breast Augmentation

Front View A Few Days After Breast Augmentation
Front View A Few Days After Breast Augmentation

Front View 4 Months After Breast Augmentation
Front View 4 Months After Breast Augmentation

Oblique View Before Breast Augmentation
Oblique View Before Breast Augmentation

Oblique View A Few Days After Breast Augmentation
Oblique View A Few Days After Breast Augmentation

Oblique View 4 Months After Breast Augmentation
Oblique View 4 Months After Breast Augmentation

Side View Before Breast Augmentation
Side View Before Breast Augmentation

Side View A Few Days After Breast Augmentation
Side View A Few Days After Breast Augmentation

Side View 4 Months After Breast Augmentation
Side View 4 Months After Breast Augmentation

This 40-year-old female went to consult with Dr. Mark Epstein, a board certified surgeon located in Stony Brook, NY.  She had mammary pseudoptosis which is drooping of the glandular tissue.  She also had mild true ptosis which is drooping of the nipple.  This patient underwent a breast augmentation with 400cc silicone gel round implants placed under the muscle (submuscular) using a dual plane approach.  The first set of postoperative photographs were taken only a few days after surgery.  Note the excessive fullness in the upper breasts, and the nipple looks low.  Four months later, the volume re-distributed as the breast tissues stretched to accommodate the implant.  The top of the breast has a more natural slope, the bottom of the breast is rounder and the nipples have rotated upward into a perfect position.  No breast lift was required!
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