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Category: Breast Asymmetry

SILICONE GEL IMPLANTS FOR BREAST ASYMMETRY

Posted On: September 10, 2009 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

“A NATURAL RESULT” The case example below indicates a young female who desired a very natural full B, small C, final result that had slight breast asymmetry. Upon reviewing her preoperative photos, it is obvious that the right breast is slightly smaller than the left and that the right inframammary fold is higher than the left. The […]

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CAPSULAR CONTRACTURE LEADING TO INEVITABLE EXTRUSION OF IMPLANT

Posted On: August 10, 2009 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient below presents status post delivery and breastfeeding for six months. The patient presents with severe Baker IV capsular contracture on the left with a Baker III on the right. The red 2 x 3 cm area above the 12 o’clock position of the left nipple is associated with severe tissue damage atrophy and […]

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AGE AND BREAST SURGERY, BEVERY HILLS/LAS VEGAS

Posted On: July 22, 2009 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

In general, we see patients of all ages who are considering breast augmentation, breast reduction and breast reconstructive surgeries.  The age of the patient is very important.  Obviously, up to a certain age, physiological growth continues to occur.  Generally, the age of 18 is usually, in my opinion, considered the cutoff for elective augmentation mammoplasty […]

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BREAST ASYMMETRY AFTER BREAST AUGMENTATION

Posted On: May 14, 2009 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present with breast asymmetry prior to undergoing their implant surgery.  That’s why in reality it’s difficult, if not impossible, to completely correct asymmetries. However, asymmetries must be identified in the early stage prior to surgery in order to allow for volume changes. When a patient has already undergone breast augmentation with saline or silicone […]

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DOES BREAST SIZE AND SHAPE REALLY MATTER?

Posted On: March 09, 2009 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Most people are aware that breast implants come in many different sizes. What you may not know, is that they also come in a variety of shapes. For example; there are anatomical (tear drop) shaped implants, there are round implants, which come in high and moderate-profile and are available smooth or textured, and then there are reconstructive […]

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Beverly Hills Breast Asymmetry, What To Do

Posted On: March 03, 2009 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Dr. Linder specializes in breast augmentation and breast revision surgery. Patients present with breast asymmetry almost weekly. Fixing breast asymmetry can be tricky and does require skill, experience and judgment as can be found with most Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. Breast asymmetry can be congenital which often presents with a larger saggy breast […]

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Breast Asymmetry in Hollywood and Beverly Hills

Posted On: September 03, 2008 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients every day of the week come to my Beverly Hills cosmetic surgery practice with severe breast asymmetry. In fact, today on August 29, 2008, all four of my surgeries have severe breast asymmetry to the point where all four patients will have different size implants placed in each breast. Interestingly, they will also have […]

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CONGENITAL BREAST ASYMMETRY

Posted On: April 08, 2008 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Reconstruction of severe congenital breast asymmetry should only be performed by Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. This is a very difficult operation in which the breasts must be reduced while maintaining and preserving sensitivity as well as blood supply to the inferior pedicle, maintaining the nipple areolar complex. This patient specifically presents with left breast […]

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BEVERLY HILLS BREAST IMPLANTS: WHAT TO EXPECT AND HOW TO PREPARE

Posted On: July 08, 2007 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

When considering breast augmentation surgery with the use of breast implants, your first step should be to make sure that you are an acceptable candidate for the surgery. Speak with or consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon with the American Board of Plastic Surgery. There are no substitutes. After meeting with the plastic surgeon, it is vital that […]

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