Patient is a 53 year old business owner of a marketing firm. She loves animals and dancing. She was found to have DCIS on her screening mammogram and opted to have a nipple-sparing mastectomy for treatment. She had always desired larger breasts and planned for a contralateral augmentation at the final surgery to achieve her goals.
Her initial surgery was to place a tissue expander and the same time as her nipple sparing mastectomy. She underwent weekly expansions, while continuing to work, and was happy at the 500cc mark. Her second surgery was to remove her tissue expander and exchange it for a permanent memory-shape implant on the right and at the same time she had a smaller moderate plus implant placed on the left for symmetry. At the same time, she was able to undergo a necessary gynecologic procedure for convenience.
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