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Breast Augmentation with Saline Implants Case 19

Gender
Female
Age
36
Height
6'1"
Weight
156 lbs
Surgeon
Dr. Cambeiro
Implant Wall

Smooth Wall

Implant Placement

Submuscular

Implant Contents

Saline Implants

Implant Shape

Round

Breast Incision Type

Inframammary

Cup Size

Before: A After: D

Description

This 36 year old woman from Henderson came to my cosmetic surgery practice in Las Vegas considering breast augmentation surgery. At 6’1″ tall and weighing 156 lbs, she felt that her breasts, which were an A cup naturally, were disproportionately small for her body. She wanted to increase her cup size to a D, creating a fuller, more proportionate profile.

She and I discussed various implant options and she chose high profile smooth round implants filled with saline solution. We also discussed surgical techniques, and based on the patient’s body shape and goals for the procedure, I recommended placement of the implants via inframammary incisions. An inframammary incision is an incision made along the crease where the underside of the breast meets the chest wall. It usually results in very little visible scarring and gives me direct access to the implant placement site. I also recommended submuscular placement of the implants. I prefer submuscular placement for my patients who choose breast enlargement in Las Vegas because it tends to produce the most natural looking results and having breast tissue over the implant helps hide folds and ripples in the implant envelope.

The patient’s implants were filled to 500cc each, which increased her cup size to a D. As you can see in the photos, the resultant scarring is minimal and the patient’s breasts are much fuller and rounder. The procedure was very successful. We fulfilled her goals in terms of size and general enhancement of her appearance, and she reports feeling happier and more self-confident since the procedure.

Request a consultation at my practice to learn more about breast augmentation in Las Vegas. I would be happy to meet you and answer any questions you have about the procedure.

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