Nipple sparing bilateral mastectomy is still a total mastectomy where all tissue under the skin is completely removed. Potentially disfiguring, it can be reconstructed to yield a lovely breast. Look at how I did it here using a staged approach with tissue expanders and then implants.Keywords: Case of the Month
This patient presented to me with a common problem: an incomplete (or failed attempt) at correction of tuberous or constricted breast hypoplasia.
Her implants were originally placed (by someone else) over the muscle and she still showed the double bubble of constricted breast fold, and hallmark pointy, triangular, cone shaped breasts.
I removed the implants, created a new pocket under the muscle, and added allograft support.I also did a circumareola lift and release of constriction and lastly placed new implants.
Now a beautifully attractive full D cup outcome.Keywords: Case of the Month
This young woman suffered from back, neck, and shoulder pains due to her extremely large breasts. She is shown after breast reduction from a HH cup to a small D cup. Months later, scars are barely visible. She has a great result and a new breast size and shape that fits her body well.Keywords: Case of the Month
This patient presented years after her initial breast reconstruction done with another surgeon. She was unhappy with the poor camouflage of the mastectomy and the poor shaping of the reconstructed breast and the implant in the opposite breast. I removed and replaced both implants, reshaped both breasts, added a tissue graft (alloderm) to the right breast, did a lift and then finally 3d tattooing and fat grafting. A fine result.Keywords: Case of the Month