Commentary On: Several Opinions on Quantifying Dynamic Deformity after Dual-Plane Breast Augmentation
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We appreciate the authors’ comments on our paper, in which we demonstrate a simple method for quantification of dynamic breast deformity (DBD) following dual-plane breast augmentation (DPBA).
The technique includes the well-known benefits of improved upper and medial implant coverage, decreased rippling and capsular contracture, and excellent versatility, as DPBA can be performed in a wide variety of patients, including those with a slight degree of ptosis, as well as patients with constricted lower poles or tuberous breasts. However, as with any submuscular breast augmentation (BA), there is a risk of animation, or DBD with contraction of the pectoralis major muscle (PMM).
The authors correctly pointed out that...
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