Breast Augmentation Redo Photos

Symmastia and Bottoming Out Revision / Correction Photos

Set 81

Symmastia and Bottoming Out Photos

Age: 25

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 125

Breast Implant Type: Silicone

Breast Implant Size: 575cc Left / 533cc Right

Before Cup: C

After Cup: D

Note: This 25-year old patient from Palm Desert, California was post breast augmentation surgery performed by another surgeon in Mexico, due to bottoming out, inferior migration of implants, and symmastia. When the horizontal muscle, which is connected to the sternum, is cut during surgery, the implants can move toward the middle of the chest. Symmastia results from overly aggressive attempts to alter chest wall anatomy trying to increase cleavage in patients and is a problem for implants over or under the muscle, though submuscular implant placement allows the muscle to provide some softening of the transition to the cleavage area from the augmented breast mound. Her sister, who is a patient of Dr. Pousti, referred her. The patient is now 3-months post-op surgery symmastia repair with silicone-gel breast implants, 575cc in the left breast and 533 in the right breast for symmetry. The patient is very happy with the results of her surgery.

Surgeon: Dr. Tom Pousti of San Diego, CA