Location: Charlotte, NC
Member since 3/7/2014


  • 13 total posts
  • 2 reviews

Reviews & Stories

Breast Augmentation Botched - Charlotte, NC

At the time of this surgery I was a 40 year old mother of two young children. I wanted to regain the fullness in my breasts that I had before having children, and to create a feminine shape to my athletic frame. Instead, I ended up with significant asymmetry and hardness in one breast. Dr. Mantooth attributed this to capsular contracture at each of my 5 post op visits, however my research... READ MORE

Re-augmentation After Asymmetry - Saline to Silicon an LOVING the Results

I had significant asymmetry after getting high profile Mentor implants in 2009. I chose a new surgeon and silicon implants - 435 ccs - for the revision which I had on February 26, 2014. I am thrilled with the results!! I am 5'7 and 123 lbs...the 435 ccs bring me up to a 34D or DD. I LOVE the feel of the silicon versus the saline, and the moderate profile gives me much better cleavage, too... READ MORE

Recent comments from Malita211

Well,,,, my first surgery the doctor insisted that the mod profiles would not fit my rib cage, but as I researched I saw so many smaller, petite girls with mod profiles and the look was more what I was what I wanted. I wonder if the... READ COMMENT

For me, I am 5 foot six and the high-profile did not fit my frame very well. They looked like tennis balls on me, and I have a small rib cage of 28 inches. The difference between saline and silicone is tremendous. The silicone looks... READ COMMENT

Yes Dr. Mantooth was a board-certified plastic surgeon. After further research I realize that several other ladies were displeased with the results too. My revision was done in the Charlotte area also by a board-certified plastic... READ COMMENT

Yes I was very happy with Victor Ferrari in Matthews. He did exactly what I was hoping and I was please from start to finish. His surgeries are performed in the surgical suite and his office, and his staff including the anesthesiologist... READ COMMENT

I think go will not regret it. Fewer people wish they went smaller than larger. Good luck! READ COMMENT