This 48 year old, 108 lb woman was an out of state patient who had researched experts in breast revision surgeries and flew from out of state to meet with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Francesco Campanile. She had previously had a breast augmentation performed by a different surgeon and was unhappy with her surgical result. So, she sought out Dr. Campanile to revise this work. Her initial surgery was performed 25 years prior and the implants were placed over the muscle. This is not ideal for a smaller body type with less breast tissue because, the existing quantity of tissue is not enough to support or mask the implant.
Dr. Campanile reviewed this patient’s case and recommended a capsulotomy and breast implant exchange. During the surgery, Dr. Campanile removed both implants and the capsules that had been created around them. He then sutured off the lateral pocket to make the pocket size smaller and to strengthen the patient’s own tissue. He then inserted two 300cc high profile silicone breast implants under the muscle. This subpectoral placement of the silicone implant is the reason that her breasts look much more natural. Additionally, this patient wanted her breast size to be proportional to her body and so she chose a smaller implant that matched best to the size of her body.
This patient is shown here approximately 2 months after her surgery with Dr. Campanile. She is very happy with her result and feels confident with the way her breasts look.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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Campanile Plastic Surgery: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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