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Anatomic Differences in Transfemale Breast Augmentation

Transfemale (transgender male to female ) breast augmentation poses its own unique set of challenges. Unlike the female chest the congenital males chest has tighter tissues, stronger sternal attachments of the pectoralis major muscle, a wider sternal gap and a more inferolateral position of the nipple areolar complex. In addition the nipple-areolar complex is usually Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Custom Jawline Implant for Smoothing The Irregular Inferior Border After Bimax Advancements and Sliding Genioplasty

Background: There are two basic autologous methods of changing the shape/position of the lower jaw. The sagittal split ramus osteotomy (SSRO) moves the body and symphysis bone while the sliding genioplasty (SG) repositions the symphysis (chin) bone. Both do so by cutting through the entire vertical length of the involved jaw bone done through its Read More…

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