Capsular Contracture (Left), Lateral Malposition (R)
The right implant is low and outside. Strattice was used to strenghten the weak tissues in that area and move the impalnt inwards. The left had recurrent contractures, and Strattice was used to reduce the chance it would happen again.
Inferior, Lateral Malposition, Wants Larger
Both implants are too small and narrow, and the left is very low and outside. Larger implants placed in the proper space gave closed the gap between her breasts and made it much more attractive.
Lateral Malposition, Wants Smaller
Her implants have fallen down and out, leaving her upper inner breasts empty, her cleavage wide, and causing her breasts to rub against her arms. Even with smaller implants, by closing the outer pocket she achieves more upper fullness.
Lateral Malposition, Wants Bigger
The left implant was positioned too low and to the side. Moving that inwards would increase upper fill. But she also wanted the right to look more round but not too fake, so slightly larger implants were used.
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