This is an 18 year old young woman, 5’6” and 165 pounds who presented to me with a very significant case of tubular breast condition. She is seen here after a bilateral breast augmentation with 375cc moderate plus shaped saline implants beneath the muscle. I have had to take her back for two minor revision procedures to get the shape you seen in these photos.
There is a tremendous difference in her breasts. At this junction, I would consider this a “home run” but her areola are still a bit larger than ideal. Her breast are relatively symmetrical and her implants are soft. We are entertaining going back in a year or so to reduce the size of her areolas with the help of a special gortex material suture that has proven very effective in minimizing spread of the areola’s after a reduction procedure.
Some important points to consider in this advanced tubular breast condition:
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