Strattice Reconstructive Tissue Matrix is a surgical mesh used by a plastic surgeon to reinforce weakened tissue in breast augmentation and revision. It helps surgeons address common challenges such as capsular contracture, malposition, wrinkling or rippling and symmastia.
Reviews from the Community
In my late 20's I had my saline implants done by a doctor outside of Miami while I was living there in the late 1990's. Around 2008 I noticed that my right breast felt a little funny but it was very subtle. Within a couple of years my right breast began to fall and move outside towards my armpit... READ MORE
I've had 3 sets of implants with all comlications of CC first two sets and now hemotoma and bottoming out with fluid collection. Doctor wants to put in strattice which is what I wanted to do in first place. Does it seem like this will be an end to my nightmare? I am now out 20,000 just on... READ MORE
I've had implants for 38 years now. Probably had 10 re-do's due to capsulation. Finally went 2 years ago and had strattice put in. They finally sit lower like they should and he lowered nipples to be even. I've always had trouble with the left breast sitting too high and it still has a... READ MORE