48 year old with breast implants done elsewhere. She presented with severe asymmetry and drooping.

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This patient had breast augmentation done in a different city 2 years ago. She disliked the obvious unevenness, and the drooping look. On the right, her implant was under the muscle, and her tissue slid over the top of the implant and down. On the left, the implant was submammary, and it looked like a ball at he end of a sock. She needed implant revision, but that would not correct the drooping. She chose a scarless radiofrequency-assisted lift with the BreasTite device, as this does not leave the traditional scars around the areola or in a lollipop or anchor pattern.

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