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Category: Breast Reconstruction

Breast Reconstruction With Implants

Posted On: February 22, 2022 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

1 Minute Read: Breast reconstruction with breast implants is a surgical procedure that helps restore the shape of your breast after mastectomy. Breast reconstruction won’t re-create the previous look and feel of your natural breast. However, the look of your new breast may restore a similar silhouette to what you had before mastectomy.  Women considering […]

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Correcting Severe Bottoming Out

Posted On: November 08, 2021 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

 2 Minute Read: Repaired by Internal Capsulorrhaphy of the Inframammary Fold This patient presented with severe scar tissue contracture of the entire collapse of the upper pole of her right breast, causing lowering of the implant with the implant approximately 1.25 inches lower on the right than the left. Not only are her implants too […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Posted On: October 01, 2021 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

1 Minute Read: October is breast cancer awareness month, and every October, you see a lot of information about breast cancer, which is a good thing. Awareness surrounding breast cancer is essential as early detection, often through screening, can catch the disease when it is most treatable.  A few years back, Sharecare, an innovative and […]

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My Personal Tie to Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Posted On: October 08, 2019 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Since 2013, I have had the honor of being a member of the Sharecare Editorial Advisory Board. I represent the specialty of plastic and reconstructive surgery, along with 18 other board members from different specialties.  Sharecare is an innovative and interactive health and wellness website that was created by Dr. Oz and entrepreneur Jeff Arnold. […]

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When to Get a Breast Revision

Posted On: June 10, 2019 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

There are many reasons why women decide to undergo secondary breast elective breast revision or reoperation. These include capsular contracture, improper initial placement of the implant, rupture of the implant (silicone or saline), bottoming out of the implant, or double bubble deformity implant placed in a pocket superiorly retropositioned with overlap of skin or simply a decision to make a […]

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Posted On: January 09, 2019 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Tubular breast deformities are not all that uncommon. By definition, it is associated with herniation of breast tissue into the nipple areolar complex, constriction along the lower pole of the breast causing a poorly defined inframammary fold. Often the nipple areolar complexes are also lowered causing some degree of sagginess or ptosis. Repair of the […]

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Revision After Breast Reconstruction Surgery

Posted On: December 27, 2018 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Dr. Linder was presented with a patient in his Beverly Hills office regarding having her breasts redone after breast cancer reconstruction. During the consultation, she explained that she was hoping to correct the asymmetry of her breasts and smooth out the dimples in her right breast. After listening to her goals and going over what […]

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Life Changing Breast Resconstruction Transformation

Posted On: June 21, 2018 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Women who suffer from Severe Breast Asymmetry and Tubular Breast Deformity may experience a lack of self-confidence, because it strips them of their feminine form. Breasts are a part of the female body and one should be satisfy with the body they have. Dr. Linder, a renowned plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, operated on thousand […]

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Posted On: February 21, 2017 Author: The Office of 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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