Implant selection in the setting of prepectoral breast reconstruction

Allen Gabriel, G Patrick Maxwell
Gland Surgery 2019, 8 (1): 36-42
Implants vary in width, height, projection, volume, fill consistency, shell surface, and shape. Given the wide variety of implants that are available, selecting an implant that best suits a patient can be challenging. This article reviews the principles governing implant selection. Based on the authors' clinical experience, an algorithm for implant selection is proposed.

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