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Asymmetric Breasts Before & After Pictures of Patient 782

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Case Number: 782

 

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Asymmetric Breasts Before Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group Asymmetric Breasts After Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group
Asymmetric Breasts Before Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group Asymmetric Breasts After Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group
Asymmetric Breasts Before Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group Asymmetric Breasts After Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group
Asymmetric Breasts Before Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group Asymmetric Breasts After Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group
Asymmetric Breasts Before Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group Asymmetric Breasts After Photo | Albany, NY | The Plastic Surgery Group

No two breasts are exactly alike but the difference is evident in this patient. Her right inframammary fold is much lower than her left. Sometimes this occurs with Poland’s Syndrome. However, there has to be lack of underlying chest wall muscles to qualify categorizing a patient with this problem. In this particular patient both chest wall muscles are well developed although there is more breast volume on the right. In order to improve this asymmetry, the left fold was lowered and the volumes added to the prostheses were adjusted to maximize symmetry. The incision was at the areola which is unperceivable in the post operative photos. The post operative difference is evident and the realistic expectations of this patient have been met. The volume, projection and cleavage concerns were all adequately addressed. This patient is a fitness instructor and she returned to that position shortly after the surgery - very satisfied. The patient had a very well developed chest wall musculature and lacked breast fullness above the nipple. Through an incision in the areola, access was gained for placement of the prosthesis. A more symmetrical breast mound was established, and her expectations were achieved. The patient has a well developed chest wall musculature but lacks superior breast fullness. By adequate sized prostheses, a more natural, aesthetically appealing breast shape was created. The musculature and lack of breast tissue is quite evident in the pre operative view whereas a more feminine contour is appreciated post operatively. The only view that is missing is her smile which was quite evident also! The musculature and lack of breast tissue is quite evident in the pre operative view whereas a more feminine contour is appreciated post operatively. The only view that is missing is her smile which was quite evident also!

Surgeon: John Noonan, MD

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