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Dr. Schloze has recently published the results of a study of the advantages of the subfascial plane.

 

The article is "Subfascial Periareolar Augmentation Mammaplasty" with M.A. Stoff-Khalili, M.D., et al, in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, October 2004, 1280-1288.

The study was conducted over 3.6 years and included 328 patients who had breast implant surgery.

Of these 105 were subglandular, 154 were subpectoral, and 69 were subfascial.

The subfascial had fewer long term complications of severe capsular contracture, rippling and numbness or change in nipple sensation compared to the subglandular group.

Compared to the subpectoral group the subfascial patients had less postoperative discomfort and the submuscular disadvantage of disturbing muscle movement of the breast was eliminated.

The conclusion of the authors was that the subfascial plane for  breast implant surgery "can be highly recommended. "

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