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Case #86 Details
|Procedures Depicted:||Breast Asymmetry, Breast Reconstruction|
What a tough situation for this 19 year old young woman who was born with a nearly complete absence of her right breast. She had just a small amount of tissue, and sagging skin on the right. The left breast was also droopy, but of a pretty good size. I explained to here that her situation really required 2 surgeries to obtain a good result. There was just not enough skin on the right to have room for a full implant.
So for her first surgery I put a tissue expander in on the right, and reduced the size of that areola. And on the left I lifted the breast to improve its shape. Several months later we did her second surgery, removing the tissue expander and placing a silicone implant on the right side.
What a change! She loves her result and is so much more comfortable in and out of clothes. The left side has a vertical lift, so the scars are around the areola and down from there to the crease. On the right side her incision is seen around the arerola, and so very well healed.
If you are interested in learning more about breast surgery for a deformity, or reconstruction, or just because you want more fullness with implants call Dr. James Romanelli at our Huntington Long Island office to schedule your complimentary consultation today. 631-424-3600.
Surgeon: Dr. James N. Romanelli
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