Denver plastic surgeon Dr. Francesco Campanile performed a breast augmentation on this 5'9", 151 pound patient. She was looking for a natural looking larger breast. Women with small breasts can sometimes become uncomfortable when it comes to finding clothing that fits well, and they seek out the opinion of Dr. Campanile.
After having a private consultation with Dr. Campanile, he determined that she would be a candidate for a breast augmentation. Because the patient wanted a smaller breast size, and more fullness at the bottom of the breast than the top, she was a candiate for the new 410 shaped silicone gel implants. As shown in these photos, Dr. Campanile enhanced her breast size while maintaining a very natural breast shape which is exactly what the patient was seeking. The implant used during this surgery was the Natrelle 410 shaped silicone gel implant, 310 cc's each (full height, moderate projection).
She is shown here about 6 weeks after surgery. She is extremely happy with her results and feels that her breasts are now more proportionate to her body.
Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary. These photos are of an actual patient of our practice who has provided consent to display their pictures online.
Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
*Actual patients shown before and after surgery. Your results may vary. Photos are for education only and are not meant as a guarantee of results.
Campanile Plastic Surgery: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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