Before And After Photos
This patient is 5’9″ tall and 150 pounds. She has pectus excavatum (her central chest is sunken or caved-in). Her breasts appear quite different. This is the most common congenital (born with) deformity of the anterior chest and is not uncommonly seen in my practice in milder forms.
We elected to perform an asymmetrical augmentation with silicone implants. Though an incision in the crease below the breast, I placed a 400cc implant on the left and a 600cc on the right. The result is imperfect yet very impressive. This case illustrates the power of breast implants alone to address a developmental deformity that is associated with very significant negative psychological ramifications. This procedure has essentially changed her life and she couldn’t be happier with her outcome.