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Category: Double Bubble Breast Deformity

Correcting Double Bubble Breast Deformities

Posted On: July 26, 2018 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Severe Double Bubble Deformity There are two types of double bubble deformities that are primarily distinguishable by their placement within the breast. The upper pole double bubble appears above the nipple, most likely due to the implant being in a relatively high position in the breast. The other is called lower pole double bubble (known […]

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Severe Double Bubble Deformity

Posted On: April 13, 2018 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Case Study 1 The patient presents with severe Baker IV capsular contracture with a left double bubble breast deformity with superior retroposition of the left implant causing a very unnatural appearance of her breast as well as severe pain. The patient has increasing pain in the left breast with swelling that is consistent with seroma-induced […]

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Double Bubble Breast Deformity

Posted On: December 28, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Double bubble breast deformity is a condition where the breast implant is sagging below the natural breast crease, which creates a bubble appearance under the breast. It is quite common with the transaxillary and transumbilical approaches due to the long distance between the incision and surgical site. Dr. Linder repositions the implant and performs a […]

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