Revision Breast Augmentation

Before and After Photos

Breast Augmentation or Reconstruction using the Pocket Protector in case that had previous surgery - usually for hard, mis-shapened, capsular contracture. You can find more information by reading Dr. Berman's articles on Breast Augmentation.

Patient had previous augmentation and several revisions for capsule contracture (scar tissue constricting the implant so that it is hard and/or deformed and/or painful. With Pocket Protectors patient was ble to achieve predictably soft breasts.

Five previous operations that all resulted in hard, deformed capsular contracture. Successfully revised using the Pocket Protector.

Following repair with the Pocket Protector.

Capsule contracture repaired with the Pocket Protector..

Following 3 revision surgeries for capsule contracture. Repaired with Pocket Protector and periareolar lift/reduction.

Patient with submuscular deformity and capsule contracture revised with Pocket Protector switched to pre-pectoral (on top of the muscle) plane.

Patient with submuscular deformity and capsule contracture revised with Pocket Protector switched to pre-pectoral (on top of the muscle) plane.

Patient had subcutaneous (skin sparing) mastectomy and failed revisions for capsular contracture. Revised with Pocket Protectors.

Patient had standard mastectomy on the left and augmentation wutg breast lift on the right. In spite of revisions, they remained hard and deformed. Both breasts revised with Pocket Protectors remain soft.

After multiple revisions, patient repaired with Pocket Protector.

After several failed revisions, patient repaired with Pocket Protector.

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