Breast Aug Med AO22751221
28-year-old patient requesting breast augmentation. The patient has very thin upper pole soft tissue and therefore requires that the upper pole of the implant is placed under the muscle to avoid visibility of the implant. Therefore, a dual plane, muscle-split technique was implemented. In this case the muscle was split so that the lower portion of the implant is under the breast gland while the upper portion is under the muscle. The muscle split technique helps avoid animation deformities postoperatively. Photographs are taken at 1 year.