A pocket protector is a sheath designed to hold writing instruments and other small implements, such as slide rules , while preventing them from damaging the wearer's shirt pocket e. The pocket protector is designed to fit neatly inside the breast pocket of a shirt, and may accommodate pens , pencils , screwdrivers , small slide rules, and various other small items. A flap overlapping the pocket exterior helps to secure the pocket protector in place. A competing claim for the invention came from Long Island plastics magnate Gerson Strassberg around
The net result yields a soft, ripple-free or near ripple-free breast. Implants are easily exchangeable if necessary without need for capsulectomy or capsulotomy. It may also represent an implant device appropriate to treat breasts refractory to traditionally attempted augmentations, such as subcutaneous mastectomy. While the first case performed in April has remained successful, most of the experience has been gathered over the last year. This preliminary paper presents the experience with the last 38 cases.
A generation of women whose conventional implants have left their breasts distorted, hard, scarred or lumpy can rejoice and find new hope with the Pocket Protector, a patented breast implant device designed by veteran Santa Monica based Plastic Surgeon Dr. Mark Berman. Calling it the - biggest advance in breast surgery since silicone. Berman hopes to revolutionize the field by making implants work better and with a much higher degree of safety for the patient. People in the medical world and women who have either had or are contemplating breast implants are thrilled with what this device can do.