Breast Augmentation

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This patient had much less than perfect anatomy before her surgery. Many women before surgery do not have good symmetry, or they have poorly shaped breasts. The goal of breast augmentation in these cases is to improve the look of the breasts. Dr. Hughes can take less than perfect anatomy and give the patient round, full, well defined breasts in anyone. The secrets to Dr. Hughes’s results are manifold, but Dr. Hughes can bring you to your fullest potential. This patient chose an inframammary approach for breast augmentation. A submuscular approach was chosen to give a more natural takeoff at the superior aspect of the implant and to provide better camouflage for the implant. She opted for silicone augmentation with 375 ml implants. Dr. Hughes created a result that is natural and symmetric. The scar is almost imperceptible at three weeks. Also, notice how Dr. Hughes corrected the bilateral inverted nipple deformity.

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