During her private consultation, this patient disclosed to Dr. Campanile that she wanted a natural looking result, and requested to be a C cup or so. After taking a few preliminary measurements, it was decided that in order to get her to her desired C cup, she would require implants approximately 300-350 cc's in volume. Additionally, they discussed the implant placement and incision approach. Because the patient wanted a more natural appearance, she was a candidate to have the implant placed her under pectoral muscle, which masks the implant and helps to create a very natural slope from the collar bone to the bottom of the breast. Additionally, Dr. Campanile recommended that this be performed using an inframammary fold incision, which is easily hidden in the fold of the breast, and avoids any additional obvious scars.
As you can see in this patient's after photo taken approximately 4 years after her breast augmentation surgery with Dr. Campanile, her breasts appear much more voluminous, while maintaining a very natural breast appearance. Dr. Campanile placed 320cc silicone gel implants under this patient's muscle. The patient is thrilled with her results, and loves the new shape and volume of her breasts.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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Campanile Plastic Surgery: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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