Breast Lift Gallery

Case 1

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ANESTHESIA
 
General anesthesia
 
 
COMMENT
 
26-year-old female with grade 2 ptosis and pseudoptosis. The left breast is larger and lower than the right. 200 grams of tissue removed from left side. Nine months after surgery, the symmetry is improved and the scars are starting to fade.
 

Case 2

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COMMENT
 
44-year-old patient, athlete who wanted to be small. Approximately 200 grams of tissue removed bilaterally. Patient retained nipple sensation. Pictures five months post-op starting to fade.
 

Case 3

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COMMENT
 
30 y.o. female with severe or grade 3 ptosis and loss of breast volume after pregnancy. Patient did not want full mastopexy due to scars (notice circumareolar lift has no scars down the front or underneath the breast). Six months after surgery scars are
 

Case 4

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COMMENT
 
47 y.o. patient with asymmetry. Patient wanted some reduction of breasts, but wanted improved symmetry, 300 grams removed from right breast, 500 grams removed from left breast. Some darkening of scars due to patients ethnicity.
 

Case 5

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COMMENT
 
Unknown
 
*Note: There is no guarantee of specific results. Results can vary for each individual. Results are not guaranteed, may not be permanent, and can vary per individual. Some images are of models, not actual patients.