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Category: Implant Removal

Breast Implant Removal Procedure

Posted On: November 09, 2015 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

I was presented with a 51-year-old female patient desiring removal of her 300cc silicone breast implants. During the consultation, we discussed her desire to remove the implants, and we determine she would be a good candidate for the explantation no replacement procedure. After removing her implants, drains were placed for seven days. The pre-op photo […]

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Ruptured Silicone Gel Textured Implant

Posted On: March 10, 2015 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

This is an excellent example of a reconstructive patient with ruptured silicone gel textured implants and an isolated capsule from the parenchyma of the breast. This is a 72-year-old Russian patient presenting from the USSR with specifically severe ruptured silicone Baker IV capsular contracture and a double-bubble breast deformity. Upon entering into the breast pocket, […]

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Posted On: November 26, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Introducing Our New Website I am very excited to announce the launch of our new website, Over the years in my Beverly Hills practice, women have been considering the option of removing their breast implants, and I felt compelled to provide a place where this information can be available. My goal of this new site was to […]

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Why Women May Consider Breast Implant Removal

Posted On: November 06, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

EXPLANTATION IS A CONSIDERATION Here in my Beverly Hills plastic surgery practice I see patient everyday who choose to enhance their breast for a variety of personal reasons; likewise, there are women who decide to remove their breast implants. Over the years women have explained why they have been considering this option and I thought I […]

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Posted On: October 22, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present desiring implant removal without a breast lift. Certain patients are candidates for this operation where implants can be removed, drains placed for seven to 10 days without a full breast lift. This is an excellent example of a patient who has severe scar tissue with a Baker IV capsular contracture and a rupture […]

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