51-year-old woman who presented to discuss options for breast augmentation. She was accompanied by her husband. She has 3 grown children that were not breast fed. She states she has considered augmentation for quite some time, especially since she has lost some weight and all of the volume in her breasts. She became tearful, and discussed that she lost her sister to breast cancer about two years ago. She states her sister was diagnosed at the age of 53. She was wondering if augmentation could affect breast cancer. She currently wears a 32A bra. Height is 5’5″. Weight is 115 pounds. She would like more volume so her clothing and swimsuits fit better. Her goal is to have a natural and proportional appearance. We did end up having a lengthy discussion regarding breast implants and breast cancer. I informed her that there is no link that is been established that shows any cause-and-effect of breast implants and the development of any kind of breast cancer. At least one in eight women in the United States will deal with this diagnosis at some stage in their lives; I did not expect that breast implants would interfere with either the diagnosis or the treatment of any breast cancer that may ultimately develop down the road, if that is in the cards for her. After trying on our sizers, she decided that her goal was around 275 mL. Therefore 275 cc 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.