Breast Augmentation & Implant Gallery
You can find several before and after pictures of our previous breast augmentation patients below. Please be warned that the images contain nudity for educational purposes.
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Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.
Choosing The Right Size Implants
Want to learn more about choosing the right size implant?
Check out the examples below of patients that came to us with implants that were too big or too small, which we fixed.
Breast Augmentation Examples
This patient was a slender Asian female. We added 270cc saline implants to enhance, but not overpower, her chest.
This patient wanted a volume that would balance with her frame and an implant that would compliment her hips. To achieve her goals, we added sub-muscular, saline 330 CC implants. Note how the curve of the implant balances with the curve of the hip.
This patient underwent submuscular breast augmentation.
This patient had 339 CC submuscular implants, which restored fullness to the upper portion of the breast without looking unnatural. The diameter of the implant gives some curvature under the arms, complementing the shape of the hips.
This patient was a postpartum woman. We added submuscular gel implants. Additionally, a periareolar lift was used to change the shape of the mildly conical breasts.
This patient had 371cc sub-glandular gel implants placed through the areola.
This patient had 425cc HP implants, which look slightly more “implanty” on her slender and muscular frame.
This patient had 304 CC moderate profile implants inserted beneath the muscle.
This patient had some drooping of the breasts prior to surgery. We decided on a submuscular breast augmentation with a 500 CC, high profile, saline implant to give more lift to the breast. She still has some drop postoperatively, but in some ways, I feel a little droop is more natural. Eventually, she may consider a lift.
This patient had 355 CC submuscular saline implants. The patient’s right nipple is lower than the left before and after surgery, which is a normal, natural asymmetry. While the right nipple could be easily elevated, the scar would likely draw more attention than the asymmetry. Note how the curve of the implant balances with the curve of the hips, giving this woman an hourglass figure.
This slender Asian woman underwent silicone breast augmentation with a 265 cc moderate profile breast implant. The smaller implant still has enough diameter to balance with the curve of her hips without being overly projecting.
This patient had a 397 CC silicone gel breast implant. The fuller implant was used to help balance the upper half of the patient’s body with the lower. She has mild chest wall asymmetry. The chest wall tilts the right breast implant slightly toward the side.
This patient had a 300 cc moderate profile implant. She has a bit of laxity of the breasts before and after breast augmentation. In my opinion, this can give a more natural look. The width of the breast implant gives balance to the hips. The implant projection balances with the curve of the buttocks.
This patient has a 265 CC moderate profile silicone implant. It is a small implant, but she is a small person, and it balances well. It is a size easily dressed up or down, depending on her goals.
This patient had 339 cc breast implants inserted.
This patient had 270 cc low-profile implants to suit her slender figure. However, the low profile is still wide enough to balance with the curve of the hip. We chose an inframammary incision because of the small size of the areola for breast augmentation.
This patient had a 304 cc breast implant with inframammary insertion.
This patient was looking for a sense of top/bottom balance. This is a 371 cc moderate profile breast implant. The left breast fold was lowered.
This patient 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, younger woman had 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 woman lost all of her breast volume after raising three children. A 397 CC gel breast implant restored 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.