‘DUAL PLANE’ BREAST AUGMENTATION GALLERY

(partly ‘under the breast’ and partly ‘under the muscle’)

… our preferred augmentation technique if there is early sagging!

Dual Plane Placement of an implant is indicated when the breasts show a mild degree of sagging but not enough to warrant a traditional Breast Lift.

The technique refers to placing the upper half of the implant ‘under the muscle’ while the lower half of the implant is in direct contact with the breast to create ’lift’.

The muscle over the top of the implant helps to avoid an unsightly ‘step’ that could occur if the implant was placed entirely ‘in front of the muscle’ in a woman with thin tissue coverage.

At the same time, the lower half of the implant is in direct contact with the breast to deliver ‘lift’.

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Patient AB AFTER Round, High Profile Silicone Implants, 400cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Patient AB AFTER Round, High Profile Silicone Implants, 400cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Patient AB AFTER Round, High Profile Silicone Implants, 400cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Patient HG AFTER Round, High Profile Silicone Implants, 385cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Patient GL AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 300cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Dual Plane Breast Augmentation
Patient CC AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 325cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient CC AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 325cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient WJ AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 225cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient WR AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 325cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient WR AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 325cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plan Augmentation
Patient BS AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 325cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient BS AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 325cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient BS AFTER Round Silicone Implants, 325cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient RR AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 360cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient RR AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 360cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient CS AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 345cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient CS AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 345cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Patient CS AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 345cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Patient KN AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 320cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts
Dual Plane Augmentation
Patient KN AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 320cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Dual Plane Augmentation

Patient KN AFTER ‘Tear-Drop’ Silicone Implants, 320cc, Dual Plane Placement, Incisions under the Breasts

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.