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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Pectus Excavatum and Asymmetry

Six Week Post Op

Six Week Post Op

I was presented a 26 year old patient with severe congenital pectus excavatum condition along with asymmetry of the breast.  As you can see the patient appearance of the chest is sunken in or caved in. During the consultation we discussed her goals and outlined the approach to achieve her breast enhancement.

For the right breast we selected 350cc high profile saline implant and built out to 450cc. The left breast we selected 300cc moderate plus saline implant built out to 350cc. As you can see from the 6 week post op photo the augmentation achieved a nice symmetrical balance.

 

Follow up to Breast Lift without Implant

Pre Op   Post Op one Day

Pre Op                                   Post Op One Day

On August 1st, 2015 I performed a breast lift on this patient and I just wanted to follow up on her recovery. As you can see below her profile looks great and she is healing very well after only 3 weeks.

This photo is an example of a primary breast lift without a breast implant. The patient had great volume in the breast area, but it was just distributed quite low with Grade III skin laxity (anything more than 3 cm below the inframammary fold is considered Grade III ptosis). I created a bulky central mound to allow for a full breast without needing an implant. To the left is the postop photo showing only one day out from surgery.

 

 

 

 

One Week Post Op Breast Lift

One Week Post Op

Three Week Post Op

Three Week Post Op

Plastic Surgery Questions and Answers

Dr. Stuart Linder, Realself Profile

For the past few months, I have put an asserted effort to participate in answering questions on the world’s largest community website for cosmetic surgery. Founded in 2006, RealSelf.com has created an extensive collection of reviews, photos, and Q&As for patients looking for help regarding plastic surgery and other specialities.
I have provided over 225 answers to patients’ questions, and I hope my involvement is helping men and women across the country make better decisions and choices when thinking about plastic surgery procedures.
If you haven’t had the opportunity to visit RealSelf.com, I would encourage you to take the time, as it is an excellent resource.

Breast Lift Without Implant

This photo is an example of a primary breast lift without a breast implant. The patient had great volume in the breast area, but it was just distributed quite low with Grade III skin laxity (anything more than 3 cm below the inframammary fold is considered Grade III ptosis). I created a bulky central mound to allow for a full breast without needing an implant. To the left is the postop photo showing only one day out from surgery.

 

 

One week post op

One week post op

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