Several Opinions on Quantifying Dynamic Deformity After Dual Plane Breast Augmentation
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We have read with great interest the article entitled “Quantifying Dynamic Deformity After Dual Plane Breast Augmentation” by Marcelo Recondo Cheffe et al.  in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. In this article, the authors presented a prospective study on 32 women who underwent primary dual plane breast augmentation (DPBA) with at least 1 year of follow-up, obtaining photographs taken of the patient under NPC and under MPC at postoperative 12 months. They came to the conclusion that their study proposed a simple and objective method for quantification of dynamic breast deformity (DBD) in patients who underwent breast augmentation through the dual plane technique. We would like to congratulate Marcelo Recondo Cheffe...
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