This 44 year old patient came to Dr. Francesco Campanile initially to have liposuction of her thighs done. After her first procedure with Dr. Campanile, she was so pleased with her results that she consulted him again regarding a breast augmentation surgery performed by a different surgeon approximately 20 years prior. From this surgery, she had a significant amount of scar tissue around the breast implants which caused the hard and unnatural properties of her breast appearance. In addition, the pockets the surgeon had created were too large and so her breasts were too far apart.
After reviewing her case, Dr. Campanile recommended a capsulotomy and breast implant exchange. In order to correct the deficiencies from the first surgery he first removed the scar tissue and then closed off part of the pocket in order to make it smaller. This gave the patient more ideal cleavage. In addition, he removed the old implants and replaced them with silicone gel implants which generally have a very natural look and feel. As you can see, Dr. Campanile created much more natural and symmetrical breasts.
This patient is shown here approximately 8 weeks after her breast augmentation revision surgery performed by Dr. Francesco Campanile from Denver, CO. She is very happy with her results and feels confident with how her breasts look.
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