Stuart Linder
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Stuart Linder
2,024 Views · 4 months ago

Dr. Linder is removing a patients breast implants after having five breast augmentations from three previous surgeons. She has baker 4 capsular contracture and is look forward to having them removed. The most common reasons for removing a breast implant include; heath reasons such as back pain, reoccurring complications and the desire for a different shape or size. For implant removal surgery, Dr. Linder makes an inframammary incision (along the breast crease). The implant can be removed intact, or it may need to be punctured before removal. An antibiotic solution is used to irrigate the breast pocket after implant removal. For more information about breast implant removal go to www.implantremoval.net or call Dr. Linder's office at 310-275-4513

Stuart Linder
2,004 Views · 4 months ago

This anatomical implant was originally placed in 1997. Due to the dark yellow color inside the implant it is clear the implant has been ruptured for quite some time. When implants rupture, it is important to have them replaced as soon as possible to avoid excessive scarring in the breasts. If too much scar tissue has accumulated around the deflated implant, it becomes difficult to create a normal breast shape in the future. Therefor its important to know the signs of a ruptured implant such as, painful to touch, visible asymmetry or loss of integrity to the bag. Dr. Stuart Linder 9675 Brighton Way Suite 420 Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Stuart Linder
4,884 Views · 4 months ago

As you can see I access the left implant from the periareolar incisions which I made at the lower portion of the areola. As I entered the capsule and begin to remove the implant I noticed a lot of fluid surrounding the implant. Right away I know this is a rupture and that the mammogram was incorrect. Mammograms are very helpful in detecting cancer but often not ruptures. When implants rupture, it is important to have them replaced as soon as possible to avoid excessive scarring in the breasts. If too much scar tissue has accumulated around the deflated implant, it becomes difficult to create a normal breast shape in the future. Therefor know the signs of a ruptured implant such as, painful to touch, visible asymmetry or loss of integrity to the bag. For more information please visit: www.drlinder.com

Stuart Linder
4,214 Views · 4 months ago

Tuberous breast deformity is a congenital breast anomaly that becomes manifest at the time of puberty and breast development. The three components of tubular deformity usually include, pseudoherniation of breast tissue into the nipple areolar complex, poorly defined inframammary fold and flattening of the lower pole of the breast which leads to a conical tubular shape. Stuart Linder M.D. 9675 BRIGHTON WAY, SUITE 420 BEVERLY HILLS CA 90210 (310) 275-4513

Stuart Linder
6,501 Views · 4 months ago

When diving into a Breast Reduction procedure, there are many things to consider. Even as a patient, being aware of any concerns and how the procedure works is important. Therefore, when a plastic surgeon operates on a patient, the results are clear. Dr. Linder, a Breast surgeon specialist in Beverly Hills, helps explain what goes into a Breast Reduction Procedure.

Stuart Linder
5,241 Views · 4 months ago

Breast implants do not last forever, and during its lifetime, it may rupture. Dr. Linder, Beverly Hills breast surgeon specialist, breaks down how removing breast implants works. To learn more about Dr. Stuart Linder and his expertise, Visit: www.drlinder.com

Stuart Linder
8,994 Views · 4 months ago

Mammogram are great technologies, however, sometimes it cannot detect many things under our bodies. In this video, Dr. Linder is performing a breast implant removal and revision on a patient who has a rupture breast implants. Dr. Stuart Linder is a Beverly Hills board certified plastic surgeon, specializing in body sculpting and reconstructive procedures including breast augmentation, reduction, lift, liposuction and tummy tuck. He is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is affiliated with the American College of Surgeons, the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and the American Medical Association.

Stuart Linder
9,619 Views · 4 months ago

There many concerns and questions about how a breast augmentation procedure works. Dr. Linder a highly qualified plastic surgeon based in Beverly Hills, demystifies those worries. Dr. Stuart Linder is a Beverly Hills board certified plastic surgeon, specializing in body sculpting and reconstructive procedures including breast augmentation, reduction, lift, liposuction and tummy tuck. He is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is affiliated with the American College of Surgeons, the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and the American Medical Association. Website: www.drlinder.com

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