“No-Touch” submuscular saline breast augmentation technique

@article{Mladick2004NoTouchSS,
  title={“No-Touch” submuscular saline breast augmentation technique},
  author={F.A.C.S. Richard A. Mladick},
  journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={17},
  pages={183-192}
}
  • F.A.C.S. Richard A. Mladick M.D.
  • Published 2004
  • Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • This article represents a retrospective view of the author's 17-year experience with 2863 saline implants in 1327 patients and details his “no-touch” technique. The experience included almost an equal number of submammary and subpectoral procedures. The submammary procedures were done early on and were replaced with subpectoral procedures, done exclusively at the present time. There were significantly less complications-capsules, wrinkling (visible folds), and deflations-with the subpectoral… CONTINUE READING

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