Andrés Taleisnik, MD

Phone (714) 464-3399

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Breast Revision 01

Procedures: Breast Revision

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After

Description:

This 46 year old developed a right breast capsular contracture many years following breast augmentation. The contracture caused a deformity of the lower right breast, and pushed the breasts too far apart. After a capsulectomy, the right breast has a nice contour once again, and the breasts have a natural distance between them.

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Breast Revision 02

Procedures: Breast Revision

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After

Description:

This 26 year old developed a left breast capsular contracture following breast augmentation, pushing the left implant upwards and flattening the lower left breast. Following a breast implant exchange and capsulectomy, her shape and symmetry are much improved.

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Breast Revision 03

Procedures: Breast Revision

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After

Description:

This 41 year old underwent prior breast augmentation elsewhere. She complained that her breasts were misshapen and droopy, with enlarged areolas and an excessive distance between the breasts. Her implants were exchanged. Capsulectomies were performed to remove scar tissue and improve breast shape, also narrowing the intermammary distance (space between the breasts). A concentric mastopexy (breast lift) was added to eliminate the drooping and narrow the areolas. The small wrinkles around the areolas smooth out with time.

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Breast Revision 04

Procedures: Breast Revision

Before
After

Description:

This 27 year old developed a left breast capsular contracture (tight scar tissue) following breast augmentation. This caused her left breast to feel overly firm, and displaced the implant upwards. A capsulectomy to remove scar tissue restored excellent symmetry and shape, with a softer left breast.

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Breast Revision 05

Procedures: Breast Revision

Before
After

Description:

This 29 year old underwent breast augmentation elsewhere, followed by several additional surgeries to correct capsular contracture (tight scar tissue around the implant) on the right. At one point, the implant nearly extruded through the skin, accounting for the puckered thin skin of the medial right breast, near the sternum (breastbone). The other surgeon eventually removed both implants. The “before” photos show her appearance when Dr. Taleisnik first met her. The right areola and scar were also puckered and folded inwards. Dr. Taleisnik created a new breast implant pocket on the right and released the skin and areola from scar tissue. New implants were inserted. Acellular dermal matrix (ADM) was used to reinforce and support the implant pocket, and to minimize recurrent scar and nipple puckering. The right breast has a very nice shape following breast implant revision surgery, with elimination of the puckered skin and infolded areola and nipple. The scars will improve with passage of time.

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