Breast Assymetry Revision, Poland's Syndrome- Hinsdale, IL

Patient

Age:  
30 - 39
Gender:  
Female
Ethnicity:  
White
Height:  
5’ 6” - 6’ 0”
Weight:  
100 - 149 lbs
Gallery:  
48629

Procedure Details

This patient suffers from Poland's Syndrome. This condition has a multitude of presentations but most commonly presents with severe breast assymetry and an absence of the pectoralis muscle of the affected (smaller) breast. She previously underwent a surgical procedure with a different surgeon which included a bilateral breast lift and placement of a left implant several years prior to seeing me for consultation. This is a very difficult condition to correct and requires expert care. As you can see from the preoperative photos, she was still quite unbalanced, uncomfortable and dissatisfied. I performed a right breast lift with a small breast reduction and added a small implant to the right breast to improve the upper pole fullness. I then removed the existing small left breast implant, tightened and lifted the left nipple and areola and revised the breast pocket to allow for a larger implant . All of these maneuvers were required to bring her into better balance. She is 6 weeks post-op in the photos.
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Location

Kouris M.D.

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