Yes, though I have come to be known as an expert rhinoplasty surgeon around the world, I do enjoy being a plastic surgeon!
This means operating on faces, necks, noses, ears, breasts, tummies, buttocks, etc., etc…
I feel that each part of the body and the various types of operations I do there contributes to my greater learning and strengthens my ability to create the best solutions to some of the most difficult reconstructive problems.
So do not expect me to give up on other parts of the body any time soon.
Though I do perform somewhere around 150-200 rhinoplasty operations a year, I still do 100-150 operations on other parts of the body (except the brain).
This case shows how long term problems with old saline implants that are showing encapsulation can be treated with bilateral capuslectomy, bilateral breast implant exchange.
Additionally, the inframammary folds were not in the correct position so they needed to be reset with Alloderm to reinforce the positioning.
Here, the long term result (greater than one year) is aesthetically satisfactory.
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