Many patients seek the expertise of board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Francesco Campanile when it comes to revisionary breast augmentation surgery. This 38 year old, 128 lb patient had previously had a breast augmentation and lift surgery performed by a different doctor approximately 10 years prior to consulting with Dr. Campanile.
Dr. Campanile took the time to review her case, and recommended the revisionary breast surgery. As you can see, her right implant was bottoming out. This was a result of an extreme increase in physical fitness that caused the tissues of the breast to weaken, which had occured 8 months prior to her consultation with Dr. Campanile. Additionally, she was unhappy with the visible rippling of her saline implants, and thus wanted to change to silicone implants.
During her revisionary lift and augmentation surgery with Dr. Campanile performed a capsulectomy and revised her scars and nipples. Because of the complexity of this case, Dr. Campanile additionally used Strattice LifeCell to help support the weak tissues in her breast. Strattice LifeCell is extremely helpful in complex revisionary cases because it helps strengthen the tissue matrix, which in turn helps to support the implant and create the best results possible. Finally, Dr. Campanile inserted two 400 cc high profile silicone implants.
This patient is shown here approximately 4 months post-operatively. As you can see, the appearance of this patient's breasts were significantly improved after her revisionary breast augmentation surgery with Denver board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Francesco Campanile. She is very happy with her results and feels more confident about how her breasts look.
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