Small B cup to Full C silicone gel breast augmentation using high profile round implants placed under the muscle (shaped muscle space) to yield a fine cosmetic result. Note: you can’t find the incision.
Case - 42
This patient underwent silicone gel breast augmentation using the inframammary approach. A cup to C cup transformation. A fine result.
Case - 43
Deflated A cup breast after pregnancies can be improved with sub-muscular silicone gel implant augmentation through a tiny infra-mammary fold scar. Amazing!
Case - 44
This patient underwent silicone gel sub-muscular implant augmentation through an inframammary incision approach (you can’t see the scar!) A fine C cup outcome
Case - 45
Widely separated small breasts can be quite challenging (from an anatomic perspective) to convert into aesthetically pleasing breasts. Here is a good example of how good planning and surgical expectation can transform a wide AA cup into a pleasing C cup. A great result!
Case - 46
A to small C cup breast augmentation can yield a natural appearance and feel using silicone gel implants placed under the muscle. Even the scar can be hidden using a tiny inframammary incision. A great result!
Case - 47
Silicone gel implants placed under the muscle using an inframammary approach. A cup to c cup
Case - 48
An uneven torso can make breasts look uneven as well. Here A-cup breasts were augmented to a full C cup using silicone gel implants under the muscle with the internal lifting of left side to improve symmetry. A really nice result.
Case - 49
AA to full C outcome using silicone gel implants (ultra high profile). (Asymmetry of the nipple and areola location on the breast is generally not able to be adjusted during augmentation)
Case - 50
Uneven mild breast sag can sometimes be addressed with augmentation only. Proper planning including implant choice and acceptance of natural-appearing breasts can yield very satisfying results.