Not every surgeon truly understands the architecture, anatomy, physiology, and mechanics required for breast surgery.  In addition, even fewer grasp the significant impact of time and gravity compounding the physical impact of the implant presence in the body.   Yet all these variables must be understood completely in their nuances if the surgeon is expected to restore the anatomy to normal or exceed the patient's expectations.

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