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The Role of the Nipple Lift in Breast Augmentation

  Some women that undergo breast augmentation surgery have various breast asymmetries. These could be differences in the mound size, level of the inframammary fold and the size and shape of the nipple-areolar complex. Because it is the most visible part of the female breast, the size and location of the nipple on the breast Read More…

Case Study – Breast Implant Surgery with IMF Lowering

  Background: It is well known in breast implant surgery that the final shape of the breasts afterwards is highly influenced by what they looked like before. Besides asymmetry, the most common adverse breast shape problem seen in breast augmentation patients is sagging or ptosis. Such breast mound sagging can occur in many degrees of Read More…

Case Study – Nipple Lifts with Breast Implants

  Background: Sagging or ptosis of the breasts is seen in s wide variety of forms, all of which can influence breast augnentation results. Severe or Grade III and IV breast ptosis is an easy breast lift decision to make as there is no other choice. Grade I breast ptosis is also an easy decision Read More…

Case Study – Nipple Lift with Breast Augmentation

  Background: Many women who are to undergo breast augmentation surgery have asymmetric breasts. These asymmetries may be in breast mound size, breast mound shape, amounts of sagging and the nipple position. Preoperative education about how breast implants will impact these asymmetries is of critical importance as breast implants alone will not correct many breast Read More…

Case Study – One-Sided Nipple Lift in Breast Augmentation

Background: Differences in the size and shape of a woman’s breasts between the two sides is very common. Sometimes the breast asymmetry is very obvious and it is well recognized. Many times, however, the breast asymmetry is more subtle and the woman is not even aware of it. Women tend to pay more attention to Read More…

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