Hi, I’m Larry Schlesinger, and I’m a board-certified plastic surgeon from Honolulu, Hawaii and people wonder why I go underneath the pectoralis muscle to put my implants. It’s pretty simple. Number one, the pectoralis covers the upper portion of the implant and there’s a triangle from the collar bone down to the implant and if the implant is not underneath it, then your skin goes down and then it comes out like this. So because of that, underneath is a much more anatomically attractive looking breast. Number two, all the studies have shown that going underneath the muscle, there’s less chance of hard breasts, and number three, as you get older, your mammographers will congratulate you for going to a good plastic surgeon because underneath the muscle is much easier for the mammographers to identify the tissue because you’ve got the implant, the pectoralis muscle, and then your breast, so there’s an obvious distinction between an implant and breast tissue. I’m Larry Schlesinger from Honolulu, Hawaii, thank you very much.