Bony Chest Wall Deformity Correction With Implant
Posted On: December 13, 2016 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Augmentation, Breast Implants, Breast topics
The following patient is a 34 year old female that was requesting a breast augmentation. During the evaluation it was apparent she has a bony chest wall deformity and even a procedure like primary augmentation can be complicated due to this. After listening to her expectations and discussing her deformity we agreed to move forward with her augmentation. Choosing the right implant size and type is critical when dealing with this type of chest. During the augmentation we selected 340 cc Natrelle Inspira style SRX, which are a smooth shell and round shape. This implant due to its cohesive gel will help with shape, rippling and camouflage the chest area.
The post op photo is 8 weeks out, and the selections of the SRX implant has covered the bony chest, giving a natural look and excellent cleavage.
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