This book presents state of the art information on all aspects of endoscopic transaxillary augmentation mammoplasty with the aim of sharing the insights gained by the author during the performance of more than 2500 endoscopic breast augmentation procedures. With the aid of high-quality figures, the reader is guided through each step of the preoperative design and surgery, including when using a dual plane type II or III approach. Helpful information is also provided on anatomy, choice of implant, the endoscopy system and instruments, potential complications, and revision augmentation mammoplasty.
Endoscopic transaxillary breast augmentation has been gaining in popularity owing to the various advantages that it offers, namely small incisions, enhanced visibility, and improved accuracy and predictability of breast enlargement. This book is exceptional in covering every facet of the procedure and related issues and in documenting best practice on the basis of a wealth of experience. It will equip those embarking on such surgery with essential knowledge and assist them in negotiating the learning curve.