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Category: Breast Implants

SRX Silicone Gel Breast Augmentation

Posted On: February 23, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient below is a  35-year old female requesting a primary breast augmentation.  As you can see by the preop photo, both breast are small and nicely balanced. The patient was hoping to increase her size and fullness overall. After listening to her expectations, we selected to go with 225 cc Natrelle Inspira SRX breast implants. These SRX […]

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SEVERE BREAST DEFORMITY

Posted On: February 21, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

This patient presents from Missouri, having had three operations for her breast enhancement. She has consistently had problems, including right breast double-bubble breast deformity with superior retropositioning of the implant and skin laxity of the lower pole. Also, there is severe bottoming out of the left breast where the implant is placed too low. She underwent a vertical […]

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Capsular Contracture With Sling, Breast Revision

Posted On: February 14, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient to the left came into my Beverly Hills office looking to correct a previous augmentation. During her examination, it was apparent that she had capsular contracture (hardening of the breast) due to scar tissue around the implants. After listening to her goals, we scheduled a breast revision surgery. Treatment of capsular contracture involves multiple […]

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3 Months Post-Op Using Natrelle INSPIRA® SCX Implants

Posted On: February 06, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Three months ago, I evaluated a woman who was looking to have a breast augmentation. She had a condition called pectus excavatum, which is an abnormal formation in the chest or breast that gives it a caved-in appearance. During her primary augmentation, we used the Natrelle INSPIRA® SCX extra-full profile, highly cohesive silicone breast implants. These implants […]

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Plastic Surgery Is A Choice After Breast Cancer

Posted On: January 20, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Going through breast cancer and losing a portion or all of your breasts can be traumatic. A decision to undergo plastic surgery can be hard not only physically but also emotionally. As a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, I am thankful for my training, so I can help women who have battled breast cancer regain […]

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Grade 3 Ptosis, Breast Augmentation Enhancement

Posted On: January 04, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

I evaluated a female patient who expressed that she wanted to lift the shape of the breast as well as increase the volume. During her examination, we discussed her slight tubular deformity and grade 3 ptosis. Grade 3 ptosis is where the nipples lie below the inframammary fold and point downward (see the pre-op photo […]

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MINI MOMMY MAKEOVER

Posted On: January 02, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The below example is a typical case of a patient who presents for a mini mommy makeover. She has had a cesarian section, has involutional upper pole atrophy, loss of upper pole fullness of her breasts, has lipodystrophy adiposity of the iliac crest rolls, and rectus diastasis. Her desire is to improve the fullness of […]

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR BREAST LOOK DIFFERENT

Posted On: December 23, 2016 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Breast asymmetry can be associated with normally congenital, developmental or even traumatic or associated with breast cancer which may require breast reconstructive surgery causing breast asymmetry. Breast asymmetry is associated with one breast looking larger or smaller than the other. It can also be associated with one breast being saggier or having more ptosis than the […]

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Primary Augmentation With Lift

Posted On: December 21, 2016 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

I evaluated this 27-year-old female who requested to have a primary augmentation. During her examination, she mentioned that, after having two children, she was ready to get her pre-pregnancy shape back. To the left, you can see her pre-op photo that shows severe skin laxity with a loss of upper-pole fullness of the breast. During her […]

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