Implant Removal Surgery 23215
Removal of implants with a mastopexy
Time of photo
6 weeks after surgery
This patient has had a breast implant removal and ‘anchor scar’ mastopexy
This patient came to see us in London after having a breast augmentation (high profile 385 cc implants) at one of the large commercial companies. She quickly felt her breasts to be too large, heavy and low. The typical features of a subglandular pocket – droop, stretch and an obviously ‘augmented look’ – resulted from the short-sighted attempt to fill a deflated envelope with a device on top of the muscle.
At removal the left implant was found to be upside down and the capsules wide thanks to the plane. These required stitching closed and the sagging envelope underwent reduction by mastopexy. Seen here at 6 weeks the patient was particularly satisfied by the natural appearance, improved symmetry, and early scarring. In time the ‘squared-off’ lower pole will be expected to settle.
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