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Double Bubble Deformity

A Double bubble deformity occurs when the implant becomes displaced below the normal inframammary crease.  The normal crease appears as an indentation in the lower pole of the breast giving the appearance of a “double bubble”.  Correction of this deformity requires implant pocket revision with release of scar tissue superiorly, medially and anteriorly (capsulotomy) and closure of the pocket inferiorly and sometimes laterally (capsulorrhaphy).

 

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