Case #21317: 34-44 year old woman with breast asymmetry treated with breast augmentation using Ideal Implants

Case Description

A mother of 3 in her late 30’s who feels like her breasts are too small to balance her frame, and is also bothered by breast asymmetry in a bathing suit and in T shirts when she is not able to wear a padded bra to camouflage. She has selected the ideal structured saline implants because she didn’t want to worry about silent rupture but wanted an implant that feels more natural than the traditional saline.

She is 5’6” and 138 lbs and is shown before and again, 6 weeks after bilateral partial sub-pectoral breast augmentation through and inframammary incision with a 300 cc Ideal structured saline implant on her left filled to 320cc which is above the “high” but below the “100%” fill volume, and a 440 cc Ideal structured saline implant on her right filled to the “high” of 440 cc. Tattoos have been blurred for her privacy.

Jonathan D. Hall, MD
Jonathan D. Hall, MD
92 Montvale AveStonehamMA02180US

Jonathan D. Hall, MD

92 Montvale Ave, #3300, Stoneham, MA,