This patient is a 55-year-old female who has had five surgeries for breast implant revision. She presents with complaints of capsular contracture and deformity of the left anterior pole of her breast, and malposition of the implants. She underwent capsulectomy (removal of scar tissue) with the placement of Stratus (treated human skin used for reconstruction) at the inferior pole of the breast. The patient is seen approximately six months after surgery with significant symmetry improvements and inferior breast pole. She was born with a nipple-areola asymmetry with the left nipple pointing outward.