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One-Stage Augmentation Mastopexy: A Review of 1192 Simultaneous Breast Augmentation and Mastopexy Procedures in 615 Consecutive Patients

July 8, 2014,

Abstract

Background: Despite the increasing popularity of the combined augmentation mastopexy procedure among patients, the safety and efficacy of this
surgery have been questioned by many surgeons.

Objective: The authors investigated the safety and efficacy of the combined augmentation mastopexy procedure.

Methods: The authors retrospectively reviewed the medical records of 615 consecutive patients who underwent combined augmentation mastopexy
procedures at a single outpatient surgery center from 1992 through 2011. Patient demographics, operative and implant details, and long-term outcomes
were analyzed. Rates of complications and revisions were calculated.

Results: The most common complications were poor scarring (5.7%), wound-healing problems (2.9%), and deflation of saline implants (2.4%). Of
the 615 patients evaluated, 104 (16.9%) elected to undergo revision surgery: 54 revision procedures were secondary to implant-related complications,
and 50 were secondary to tissue-related complications. Our data compare favorably with previously reported revision rates for breast augmentation alone
and mastopexy alone.

Conclusions: With a skilled surgeon and proper patient selection, the combined augmentation mastopexy procedure can be safe and effective.

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