355cc submuscular saline implant. This patients right nipple is lower than the left before and after surgery. I call this a normal natural asymmetry. While the right nipple could be easily elevated the scar would likely draw more attention than the asymmetry. I like how the cure of the implant balances with the curve of the hips giving this woman an hourglass figure.
This woman has more natural breast tissue which helps to cover the breast implant. A little bit of drop is inevitable because of her natural tissue and starting laxity. Even though the right nipple is slightly lower before and after breast augmentation it is not worth elevating. The scar to perform a crescent breast lift on the right side would likely be more visible than this mild asymmetry.
This very fit 23 year old woman has a wide space between the breasts. Here the breast implants are placed as close as possible to the midline without disturbing the insertion of the pectoral muscle on the chest. If the pectoral muscle is elevated synmastia or breadloafing can develop. Generally the narrower the sternal space preoperatively, the closer the breast implants postoperatively.
This 36 year old postpartum of three lost all of her breast volume after child bearing. This 397 gel breast implant restores the volume and fullness to the top of the breast. The implants were placed through an incision above the areola to provide a crescent breast lift on the right side. The patient declined a peri-areolar tightening to reduce the right areola diameter because of concerns over scarring.