Prevention and treatment of Double - Bubble Deformity with Dual Plane Technique for Breast Augmentat

The double-bubble deformity is a widely recognized complication of breast augmentation.

Prevention of Double-Bubble Deformity

• This deformity can be avoided with selection of a subglandular or dual plane (type II or III) placement, a sufficient implant volume or projection and anatomic prosthesis There are several techniques one can employ to treat and correct the double-bubble deformity. These techniques include:

• Use of a dual-plane pocket • Form-stable shaped implants • Capsulorrhaphy • Pocket plane conversion • Use of acellular dermal matrices

References:

Handel N. The double-bubble deformity: cause, prevention, and treatment. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2013 Dec;132(6):1434-43. doi: 10.1097/01.prs.0000434405.91316.96.