Left Side Ruptured Saline Implant

Posted on: September 19th, 2016

I evaluated a 47-year-old female with a loss of volume in her left breast implant. After examining her during the consultation, I determined that her left implant had ruptured. After listening to her concerns, we decided to replace both breast implants with 300 cc moderate plus saline implants. The moderate plus is an excellent mid-range implant […] ... [ Read More ]

Ruptured Betadine Filled Breast Implant

Posted on: September 15th, 2016

During a breast revision surgery in Beverly Hills, California at the Brighton Surgery Center, Dr. Linder comes across an implant that had been filled with Betadine by a previous surgeon over 12 years ago. The patient scheduled a revision surgery with Dr. Linder, because she had experienced a lost of volume to her right breast […] ... [ Read More ]

Ruptured Saline Implant With Severe Inflammatory Mastitis And Calcified Baker IV Capsule

Posted on: September 1st, 2016

This patient presents with ruptured saline implants placed nine years ago by a different surgeon.  Her preoperative photograph shows interestingly the right breast is completely deflated with complete rupture.  The left implant is intact, but has severe thickened hardening with a Baker IV capsular contracture. In the operating room it was found that the right […] ... [ Read More ]

18 Year Old Ruptured Breast Implant

Posted on: August 22nd, 2016

I was presented a previous patient that I had performed a primary breast augmentation 18 years ago. During the previous breast augmentation we had placed 330 cc low profile McGann saline breast implants. She came in to my Beverly Hills office due to her left implant having a deflation in size. It was obvious that after […] ... [ Read More ]

CUI Rupture Breast Implant

Posted on: August 15th, 2016

The video below shows the removal of a saline ruptured implants through the valve. What was surprising was that the implant I removed from the left breast was a 24-year-old CUI breast implant. This CUI implant is no longer available in the United States, and it is very rare in my practice to still see […] ... [ Read More ]