This 30 year old woman initially went to Panama to have a breast augmentation surgery. Three weeks after her surgery, she came to Dr. Francesco Campanile because, she was unhappy with her result and wished for him to revise the previous doctor’s work. Her implants had bottomed out and her breasts were asymmetrical. Oftentimes companies in different countries offer cosmetic package incentives but, the standards in medicine can vary widely worldwide and so there is less guarantee of a satisfactory result.
After reviewing her case, Dr. Campanile recommended a pocket closure and breast implant exchange. During the cosmetic surgery in Denver, Colorado, Dr. Francesco Campanile first removed the implant. He then sutured the lateral pocket to strengthen the patient’s own tissue and decrease the pocket size and finally inserted silicone gel implants into the newly formed, ideally shaped pockets. Breast augmentation revisions can be very difficult since the tissues of the breast have already been weakened and altered but, Dr. Campanile has had extensive experience with this revisionary procedure. As you can see, the end result is two very natural and symmetrical breasts.
This patient is shown here approximately 2 months after her revisionary surgery performed by board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Campanile. She is very happy with her results and feels more confident about how her breasts look.
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