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Breast Implants Revision Due to Capsular Contracture

Photos courtesy of: Paul W. Loewenstein, M.D., Brookfield, Wisconsin (WI)

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Front View Before Breast Implants
Front View Before Breast Implants

Front View After Breast Implants
Front View After Breast Implants

Side View Before Breast Augmentation
Side View Before Breast Augmentation

Oblique View After Breast Enlargement
Oblique View After Breast Enlargement

Front View After with Clothes
Front View After with Clothes

Oblique View After with Clothes
Oblique View After with Clothes

Surgery shown above is a re-operation.  Patient originally had 300/325cc submuscular, smooth, round, mentor saline implants via trans-ax incision performed endoscopically.  After her first surgery, she was a 32C.    As a result of capsular contracture starting approximately two months post-op, she was able to qualify for and opted for, participation in the silicone study.    The redo was done eight months after the original breast augmentation. (The above "after" photos were taken five months after the redo).  Photos of the results after the first surgery were not available.
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About This Patient

  • Age: 38
  • Height: 5' 7''
  • Weight: 112
  • Placement: Below Muscle
  • Post-op Bra Size: 32D
  • Implants: Silicone
  • Fill: Right 450CC Left 450CC


 
 
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