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Case Study

Challenging Breast Anomalies and Asymmetry – Case 22

This patient presented with several challenges. Firstly, her chest wall and breasts were significantly asymmetric . Chest wall (rib) asymmetry; here the left ribs are excessively projecting and curved making the left breast shift off the torso. Certain conditions are not completely correctable.

Her abdomen was weak, loose, and stretch marked.

She is shown after abdominoplasty, flankplasty, and breast augmentation , and it is a beautiful and remarkable transformation.

Compare the top and bottom left images. Notice the strong abdominal contour, and narrowed waist! Compare the middle two photos and take note of the more youthful belly button. Finally, look at the two right side images. Notice the silhouette and balance of the C cup breast, central core tone and overall aesthetic shape. A terrific outcome.


Promises to fill the needs of our patients who are seeking non-surgical facial & body regenerative skin care.