A beautiful augmentation result. Note how the left was larger before and after. That’s important because most people don’t notice it because what matters is the overall appearance. The cleavage is great and the upper breast has a small and graceful shape.
This breast implant profile created beautiful projection. Her breast is filled to the maximum point; any larger and the implant would start to be very obvious.
This breast augmentation looks beautiful but it is looks a bit round and it is obvious she has an implant, though it is not overdone. Had she gone a little smaller it would be more feathered and natural appearing in the upper pole.
Her breast began a bit droop and you can still see that in the postoperative photos. The preoperative appearance has more to do with the possible outcome than anything else. She will still probably have to wear a bra much of the time, but she is much fuller and more beautiful.
Different sized implants make the asymmetry less obvious, but there is still a difference in the nipple position. She looks perfect in front view, but there is a slight upper bulge in the side view. Whether or not someone prefers that look is very personal; that could be increased with a larger implant or decreased with a smaller implant.
Starting with almost no tissue is the hardest situation of all because everything has to be perfect. If the implant is not big enough the result is inadequate, and if it is too large it will look too fake. Also note how her nipples, though still long, no longer fall down but point more forward.
Dr. Teitelbaum was a member of the national plastic surgery task force that developed the Covid-19 protocols for plastic surgery offices. He is therefore well-versed in all of the recommendations and his office meets or exceeds all of them. By now you are familiar with all the obvious measures such as reminding patients and staff not to come to the office if they have any symptoms, taking temperatures, maintaining social distancing, having everyone wear masks, placing hand sanitizers everywhere, reducing the number of patients in the office at one time, testing all surgical patients, etc. One unique feature is that Dr. Teitelbaum’s operating room has "laminar flow" – a very advanced system that directs the flow of air from a large diffuser on the ceiling to exhausts near the floor, ensuring that the fresh air flows in one direction. This not only reduces the chance of COVID infections for the patients and staff, but it also reduces the risk of surgical infections.
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