Corrective Breast Surgery – Asymmetry
A year after giving birth to her child this young 26 year old, 5’1″ vibrant woman realized her breasts were never going to be going back to the way they were prior to having children. Her once petite yet perky breasts were now droopy and tubular in shape and down to a 32A. She was particularly unhappy with her downward-pointing nipples.
After searching online and looking at what seemed like a million before and after photos of breast augmentations, she decided to come in to see Dr. Mahony for a consultation.
After a candid discussion about what look she was trying to achieve Dr. Mahony recommended a breast augmentation in the subglandular position.She explained that placing the implants in this position would best gain the outcome of projecting her nipples while also increasing the volume of her breasts.
The photos above were taken three months after her surgery and this young mom is very pleased with her results. With just two small incisions in the fold under her breasts she was able to attain fuller breasts (D cup)with nipples that no longer face downward. She feels more confident in and out of her clothing!
Surgeon: Dr. Ellen Mahony
Patient Age: 26
Patient Gender: Female
Implant Wall: Smooth Wall
Implant Placement: Subglandular
Implant Contents: Semi-Solid Silicone Gel
Implant Shape: Round
Breast Incision Type: Inframammary