Are there ANY plastic surgeons on the east coast or anywhere close that does breast reductions using Femma-S (Footprint elevation Mamodermal Masto-Augmentation w/ sling support/parenchymal transposition with a horizontal ONLY scar or Modified vertical w/ pectoralis sling) technique? I've only found one surgeon so far that uses this technique in Miami ( Dr Rian Maercks). I was quoted $12,500 to get this procedure done & with discounts $8,000 which is still steep. I don't want the anchor incisons
Modified Vertical with Pectoralis Sling/ Femme-S Breast Reduction Surgeons on the East Coast?
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It's a gimmicky name for a common procedure
The "Femma-S" is a decidedly silly acronym for a horizontal breast reduction. That type of incision is kind of finicky and works best for people with long breasts that aren't too wide, like the ones frequently seen in people who've lost large amounts of weight. In that group you can achieve a look that almost looks like they have an implant in and get a good result. Otherwise, you frequently get a boxy and wide shape that just isn't as good as what you can get with other incisions. When they work, it looks good and when it doesn't it can be something you won't be happy with.
FEMMA-S Horizontal technique and Pectoralis sling vertical technique- true support in Auto-Augmentation
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Rian A. Maercks M.D.
The Femme-S technique is the name that this doctor has decided to give to a technique that is a modification of various techniques that eliminates the vertical scar. There are still scars around the areola and underneath the breasts into the lateral chest. It is good to do when you can do it but not all patients are candidates. Breast lift operations can be done in many different ways and the face to face evaluation of the patient, with discussion about the options is the best way to come to a decision. Be careful of "brand name" procedures. Do your homework
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The procedure described sounds very specific and almost like a marketed name. I perform a lot of vertical lifts/reductions and this often does very well. An exam in person would be key. Good luck.