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Category: Breast Asymmetry

Severe Breast Asymmetry Augmentation Correction

Posted On: November 12, 2012 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient (pictured on the left) presents with severe breast asymmetry.  A 21-year-old white female, presenting with hypoplastic left breast, good candidate for augmentation mammoplasty procedure using high profile saline implants.  The patient underwent augmentation mammoplasty procedure using the dual plane technique through the periareolar approach.  She is now eight weeks out of surgery.  On […]

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Endomorphic Build with Breast Asymmetry

Posted On: February 21, 2012 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The below patient presents with severe breast endomorphic build, notice the thick chest wall muscle as well as the pectus excavatum with the slight asymmetry and droop after massive weight loss.  The patient presents to the operating room where we reconstructed her with 450 cc style 45 extra high profile silicone gel implants in the […]

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Breast Augmentation to Correct Deformity

Posted On: November 29, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

TUBULAR BREAST DEFORMITY BREAST ASYMMETRY – SEVERE The below case is a patient who is 20 years old, presenting with severe tubular breast deformity on the left with severe breast asymmetry and right breast ptosis.  To reconstruct this young lady’s breasts in order to create a normal appearance, requires both different volume implants as well […]

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Congenital Breast Asymmetry

Posted On: March 16, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patient presents to our office with severe congenital breast asymmetry.  The general pattern is usually associated with one breast being significantly smaller, often with a tubular shape, poorly ill-defined fold and herniation of breast tissue into the nipple areolar complex.  The opposite breast is usually larger and has a significant degree of laxity or sagginess.  […]

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Severe Breast Asymmetry and Tubular Breast Deformity

Posted On: November 04, 2010 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present to us with severe congenital breast deformities.  The next example shows a patient with severe breast asymmetry, and tubular breast deformity.  Notice on the right breast there is minimal breast tissue with pseudo-herniation of the breast tissue into the nipple areolar complex, no inframammary fold and blunting along the lower pole of her […]

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Breast Asymmetry and Tubular Breast Deformity

Posted On: August 31, 2010 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

SEVERE BREAST ASYMMETRY AND TUBULAR BREAST DEFORMITY COMBINED The above 19-year-old female presents with severe breast deformity with a combination of both tubular breast deformity and severe breast asymmetry.  This is an excellent case example of how tubular breast and asymmetry can be reconstructed safely with a single stage operation.  The above patient has a […]

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Ultimate Scar Cream, Kelo-Cote

Posted On: July 19, 2010 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

KELO-COTE INFOMERCIAL Because Dr. Linder performs so many surgeries where scarring is such a significant part of his procedures, including mastopexies, breast lifts, abdominoplasties and breast augmentations, reducing the scarring is absolutely a main necessity.  The best product that we have used, certainly in the last decade, has been Kelo-cote or Bio Corneum.  Kelo-cote is […]

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Posted On: June 26, 2010 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present to my office monthly for breast asymmetry repair. Patients are very unhappy with the appearance of their breasts, especially when one is significantly larger or a different shape and/or size then the other. In fact, breast asymmetry is a very commonly searched term on the internet. In general, breast asymmetry is associated with different size […]

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Posted On: April 08, 2010 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Breast asymmetry reconstruction is a procedure that requires tremendous skill.  In fact, components of the operation include 1) augmentation mammoplasty procedure; 2) breast reduction; and 3) breast lifting procedures.  Only experienced Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons should be performing breast asymmetry surgical repair.  In general, breast asymmetry reconstruction requires changing one breast volume in […]

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