2011 Had 330cc Saline Implants Removed - What Should They be Replaced With? (Photos)
2012: Consult: Said she would have never gone larger than 225-250cc for my petite frame. 2013, Consult #2: PS recommended full anchor lift w/ 275cc silicone mods, under. Consult #3: PS recommended full anchor lift w/ 350-400cc Silicone HP unders. I want the tight, youthful, pass the pencil test look. I am confused about size/type. I have heard horror stories of HP implants not dropping, and square frankenboobs. Silicone vs saline. I do not want to be a huge freak. 13cm diameter.
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Doctor Answers 5
Implant volume and cup size
Gary Horndeski, M.D.
Should consider a vertical lift with submuscular implant size between 300 to 350 cc
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Implant options after removal
A small vertical lift and subfascially place implants will deliver the most naturl beautiful look.
In my opinion there is absolutely no reason to do an anchor lift nor is there reason to use high profile implants. These two choices will certainly deliver the results you are scared of in most cases. from the pictures it looks like you have two options, to do an augmentation alone and lower the inframammary fold a few centimeters to lift the nipple or to do a small vertical lift (lollipop incision)r with the augmentation. The results will be greatly superior with the lift as it will correct the size and shape of your areola and give you more perfect breast form. The subfascial technique allows a very natural draping of the breast for a seamless "hidden implant" look. most surgeons will recommend under the muscle but this produces the splayed apart look that is all too common in breast augmentation.
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