After reviewing Dr. Francesco Campanile’s breast augmentation revisionary work, this 35 year old woman traveled over 2.5 hours to see Dr. Campanile. She’d had two previous surgeries with different plastic surgeon, one initial and one revisionary, where her implants bottomed out both times. As a result, she sought the expertise of Dr. Campanile to revise her previous work.
Knowing that her implants had bottomed out twice before, Dr. Campanile created a plan to prevent this from happening again. Because this patient’s pockets were so big and the tissues within the breast so weak, during the first surgery Dr. Campanile only removed her implants. Because her case was so severe, he needed to remove the implants and allow her pockets to heal and close off naturally before inserting new implants. After this surgery, he then followed up with her to make the sure the pockets had closed and that she was healing well before scheduling a second surgery. After six months, Dr. Campanile was satisfied with the healing process, and so they decided to move forward with the second surgery to insert the new implants. This patient requested to have the largest volume implant possible for her chest dimensions and so 425cc high profile silicone gel implants were used.
This patient is shown approximately 1 month after her staged breast revision surgeries performed by Dr. Francesco Campanile of Denver, CO. She is very happy with her results and feels confident with the way her breasts look.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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