On some breast augmentation boards, many ladies rave about putting the implants fully under the muscle since the muscles fully support the implants and help prevent them from bottoming out and wrinkling.
Also, there's supposed to be less risk of CC's (Capsular Contraction) with this placement plus, even in very thin patients, implants are hardly visible and palpable. I really like the idea, together with the idea of transaxillary incision, but the surgeon I have chosen doesn't share my enthusiasm.
In his opininon, lower implant pole will not look natural and the muscle will never stretch for implants to expand. We have also discussed placing last 1/3 under fascia but that seems to be the problem when using transaxillary incision. What do other experts think?