2813 W Southlake Blvd #130

Southlake, TX 76092

36-Year-Old Female With Mommy Boobs

Procedure Details

This 36-year-old female who was very discouraged about the appearance of her breasts after childrearig. With each child, the amount of breasat gland shrunk (postpartum involution of the breast) while the amount of skin stretched. This resulted in slight sagging of the nipples and the majority of the breast gland relegated to the lower pole of the breast. From an aesthetic point of view, the breasts enlongated and lost projection and fullness. The asymmetry was exacerbated. After reviewing the above, the patient and I decided to perform an asymemetrical breast augmentation with the plan to do a second procedure if necessary to correct any remaining unevenness between the breasts. It was our goal to avoid a breast lift on the larger side with its attendant scarring if possible. Fortunately, with surgical maneuvers and a the placement of a larger implant in the smaller breast, we were able to achieve a result that the patient was elated with. Mission accomplished.


Scott E. Kasden, M.D.

*All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.