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TEENAGE SEVERE SKIN LAXITY BREAST

Posted On: August 22, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Lift, Breast topics, Uncategorized

BEVERLY HILLS BREAST LIFTThis patient is an 18-year-old female presenting with severe skin laxity after losing approximately 25 pounds. Notice the patient has what is referred to as “grade 3 skin laxity, grade 3 ptosis.” The nipples are well over 8 cm below the fold. Anything below 3 cm below the inframammary fold is considered […]

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SEVERE BREAST ASYMMETRY WITH SKIN LAXITY

Posted On: August 19, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Asymmetry, Breast Augmentation, Breast Implants, Breast topics, Uncategorized

This is an excellent case example of a patient that presents with significant skin laxity of the left breast greater than the right. She also has asymmetry with the left breast significantly larger than the right. The patient declined to have any form of significant scars on the breast mound itself except for under the […]

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REDUCING BOTTOMING OUT WITH IMPLANT EXCHANGE

Posted On: August 15, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Implants, Breast Revision, Breast topics, Ruptured Implant, Uncategorized

HIGH PROFILE IMPLANTS This is a case study with a patient that I personally performed a breast augmentation 15 years ago on. She has developed a right ruptured implant and some bottoming out over the last15 years. At the time, only low profile implants were available. Low profile 390 cc saline implants were used. Scar […]

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SILICONE BREAST GEL BLEED

Posted On: August 10, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Implants, Breast Revision, Breast topics, Ruptured Implant

We perform breast augmentations weekly.  Both saline and silicone gel implants are used in our Beverly Hills Surgery Center.  Interestingly, this is a case example of a silicone gel implant bleed. The patient underwent augmentation mammoplasty with silicone textured implants under the muscle by a different surgery approximately 13 years ago.  Although the MRI does […]

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Chronic Rupture – Saline Breast Implant

Posted On: August 01, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Implants, Breast Revision, Breast topics, Ruptured Implant, Uncategorized

 RUPTURED IMPLANT This is an excellent case example of a patient who left her saline implant in her chest for over two years. For some reason she declined to have the implant replaced until now that it has become painful. This is an obvious rupture on clinica examination. Mammogram also showed scar tissue contracture with […]

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