Breast Augmentation Before and After Photos.

Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Photos of former patient one year after cold subfasical breast augmentation.

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Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Age: 33
Gender: Female

Patient had a mild deflation of the breast requesting a ‘full and lifted’ appearance.

Procedure: Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Dr. Maercks’ Recommendation: A transaxillary approach was selected, leaving no scars on the breast. The implants are placed subfascially, giving a naturally draped appearance of the superior pole of the breast and providing enduring implant support for longevity of the aesthetic result. A more naturally appearing breast is achieved with the fascia supporting the implant avoiding weight and pressure on the breast envelope. An additional benefit is that the breasts will not change shape with arm movement as with standard subpectoral and dual plane techniques. A 360 mL silicone cohesive gel implant was selected with ideal dimensions followed by developing a precise fascial sling for implant placement.

Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Age: 26
Gender: Female
Patient wanted a natural appearing breast augmentation

Procedure: Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Dr. Maercks’ Recommendation: Dr. Maercks preformed the Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation TM using Allergan 410 anatomic form stable implants with a transaxillary approach, leaving no scars on the breast and a completely natural appearing breast.

Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Age: 49
Gender: Female

Procedure: Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Dr. Maercks’ Recommendation: A cold subfascial augmentation which leaves no scars on the breast and creates and incomparably smooth and full natural appearing upper pole and tear drop shape.

Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Age: 23
Gender: Female

Procedure: Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Dr. Maercks’ Recommendation:

Cold Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Age: 35
Gender: Female

Patient was seeking a fuller yet natural look.

Procedure: Subfascial Breast Augmentation

Dr. Maercks’ Recommendation: A transaxillary approach was selected, leaving no scars on the breast. The implants are placed subfascially, giving a naturally draped appearance of the superior pole of the breast and providing enduring implant support for longevity of the aesthetic result.

 

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