A pleasant 27-year-old female who is here today for consultation to discuss options for breast augmentation. She states she breast fed both of her children, and they do not plan to have any more kids. Height is 5’1″. Weight is 121 pounds; She wears a 34A bra, and she is hoping that augmentation will get her closer to a C-cup. She has a few concerns regarding where the implants are placed: She has a family history of breast cancer, and through research, she is wondering what will be a safer option for cancer detection. We discussed that with regard to breast cancer, implants do not have either a positive or negative impact on developing that disease. However, placement of the implants BELOW the muscle will make surveillance of her breasts in later mammograms and other imaging studies much more effective, and with her history we recommended sub-pectoral placement of her implants. 350cc high profile silicone gel implants were placed below the muscle (subpectoral) via an inframammary approach. The procedure was performed in-office in our fully accredited (AAAASF) facility under light sedation and local anesthesia. Results are shown at 3 months.