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Posted On: October 15, 2016 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Body Sculpting, Breast Augmentation, Breast Lift, Plastic Surgery, Tummy Tuck

These examples show patients who have had significant fluctuation in their weight associated with pregnancy, breastfeeding and massive weight loss. As a result, they have undergone augmentation with breast lifts or augmentation with tummy tucks and breast lifts. These patients are excellent examples how patients can regain their life and self-image by having tightening procedures of both the breast and abdominal areas to pre-pregnancy status. Patients often present after breastfeeding with significant fluctuation of skin laxity of the breast causing involutional upper pole loss of fullness and atrophy as well as severe skin laxity where the nipple may be greater than 3 cm below the fold, referred to as grade 3 ptosis. These patients will require a combination of implants (saline or silicone) placed under the muscle and a formal mastopexy concurrently with the complete scar of a Wise-pattern. The first example shows a patient who has undergone an augmentation mammoplasty procedure as well as a formal breast lift, a full abdominoplasty and sculpting of the muffin top hip areas.


The next patient shows specifically loss of upper pole fullness without skin laxity and abdominal wall laxity with rectus diastasis. Excellent candidate for straight saline augmentation in the dual plane technique and a full abdominoplasty with plication of midline rectus sheath. Both of these are excellent examples of when patients are placed under general anesthesia with a Board Certified Anesthesiologist and full medical clearance can undergo successfully, in an ambulatory facility, full body contouring and mommy makeover procedures without incident.

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