This case represents one of the most common presentations after initial breast augmentation. Although not seen well in the photos, when this patient lies down the implants drifted asymmetrically to the side and in the case of the right breast – all the way around to the back.
Correction of this condition (top 3 photos) requires internally reconfiguring the scar space to allow a new implant to fill medially while the lateral space was closed off. A new implant was selected which better compliments her body – allowing for better upper pole fullness, medial fullness and overall superior breast aesthetics (bottom 3 photos). An exceptional outcome from a tricky pre-op condition.
Keywords: Revision Surgery