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Category: Breast Lift


Posted On: July 10, 2014 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

As women age, the breasts may become saggier with more skin laxity, especially along the vertical and the inframammary fold regions. This may require a formal mastopexy concurrently with an augmentation mammoplasty procedure. Women in their 30s who have had children and have had weight fluctuations often present with severe ptosis, including grade 3 ptosis […]

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Posted On: March 24, 2014 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient presents with very severe breast asymmetry.  Her breasts are different in size and shape.  Notice the left breast is larger and lower.  There is more skin laxity.  It was decided she would undergo high profile saline implants with two different sizes with a 465 cc high profile placed on the left and a […]

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Total Body Makeover

Posted On: March 20, 2014 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient is an Indian female status post delivery of two children.  Good candidate for combined augmentation mammoplasty procedure using high profile saline implants and a left vertical mastopexy with full abdominoplasty.  The patient is three months postoperative.  She has had augmentation with dual plane technique, placement of saline implant high profile, under the muscle, […]

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Severe Weight Loss Leading To Breast Sagginess

Posted On: March 07, 2014 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

REQUIRING FULL BREAST LIFT The patient is an Armenian female presenting with severe weight loss which has caused her breasts to sag quite a bit.  Not only a lot of loose skin, but the left breast is significantly wider and larger than the right.  The patient is now post op four weeks after surgery, her […]

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Breast Revision Transition, Low to High Profile

Posted On: October 07, 2013 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient below presents with a significant amount of skin laxity with her low profile implants which she desires to have replaced for upper pole fullness and narrowing of the lateral breast.  The patient presents with breast dysphoria due to the flattening appearance of her low profile saline implants placed by a different surgeon through […]

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Mommy Makeover

Posted On: August 02, 2013 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

This patient is a 39-year-old Asian female presenting for a mommy makeover after having her second child through cesarian section.  Her breasts show involutional upper pole atrophy, loss of fullness of her breasts with significant skin laxity and sagginess.  Her left breast is significantly “saggier” than the right.  The patient gave me permission to perform […]

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Posted On: May 10, 2013 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient below presents with a 125-pound weight loss after a laparoscopic banding procedure leaving her with severe asymmetry, grade 3 ptosis (right breast significantly larger than the left with asymmetry), a significant abdominal pannus, skin laxity, rectus diastasis and lipodystrophy of the hips.  The patient is now two months postoperative with 500 cc high […]

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Posted On: December 10, 2012 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present to me with significant laxity of their breasts after breastfeeding their children or significant weight loss.  The question is to whether to do implants with a lift versus implants alone.  It is very evident, as in the example below, that the implant with the lift has given this patient the greatest upper pole […]

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48-Year-Old Ruptured Dow Corning Implants

Posted On: October 28, 2012 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Yesterday, I had the privilege of removing Dow Corning silicone implants that were now 48 years old; in fact, several years older than me.  As expected, this was an extremely time-consuming and difficult surgery, as the silicone implant material had calcified over the last 35 years due to disintegration of the shall of the implant […]

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