The majority of patients seeking breast implants have very thin, soft tissues and minimal breast tissue, which is why they’re seeking the surgery in the first place. To try and camouflage this, I will usually put the implant in a dual plane or a submuscular pocket. There’s also some evidence to suggest that this is associated with less capsular contracture. I feel I can give a better longterm result, as the muscle tends to hold the implant in place there.