Pectus Excavatum is a condition in which a person’s breastbone is sunken in. In extremely severe cases, it can affect the function of the heart and lungs.
In less severe cases, like the one shown above, patients are healthy but very self-conscious of their sunken chests.
Often, women with pectus excavatum have significantly less breast tissue as well, making the abnormality more obvious.
Our patient presented with the above-mentioned concerns and was a candidate for a breast augmentation to help camouflage the chest area and provide more volume to her breasts.
She is pictured just 4 weeks post-op with 425cc high-profile implants. Her pectus excavatum is hidden, and she now has full, round breasts!
Are you or someone you know struggling with Pectus Excavatum? Discover how breast augmentation can transform your confidence and appearance. Contact us today to learn more!