Renowned Miami Cosmetic Surgeon Rian Maercks Offers a New Solution to Women Who Have Dissatisfaction with Their Dual Plane Breast Augmentation Procedures

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Dr. Maercks’s breast revision technique can correct common flaws of a popular breast augmentation procedure.

I am so glad I chose Dr. Maercks to perform my breast enhancement procedure!

Many women who undergo breast augmentation wind up dissatisfied with their results down the road. Their breasts take on an unnatural appearance. Dr. Rian Maercks is pleased to announce that he now offers a cold-subfascial revision procedure, which can restore a beautiful, natural form to patients who have experienced widely-spaced breasts as a result of their previous breast augmentation procedures.

In the common dual-plane or sub-muscular method of breast augmentation, patients frequently experience undesired results. They often wind up with widely-spaced breasts with a large, unnatural valley between them. Their breasts can sag, leading to a “rock in a sock” and “down and out” appearance. These techniques fail to account for erosion and thinning of the inferior pole.

Dr. Maercks’s breast augmentation revision technique, cold-subfascial revision, returns the breasts to a more natural position and restores a natural-looking teardrop form to them. Dr. Maercks’s corrective breast surgery technique builds upon his successful and popular breast augmentation Miami procedure, cold-subfascial breast augmentation, which uses a strong layer of tissue called fascia to hold the breast implants in place.

Dr. Maercks is pleased to announce this “fix” for poor breast enhancement procedures performed by other surgeons, and hopes that many dissatisfied female patients can benefit from his revision technique. Dr. Maercks is one of the leading surgeons for breast augmentation in Miami.

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