I got 450 cc high profile silicone implants, and a lift, 3 mths ago wanting to go from a very small B to a full D. I am 5'5", 133 lbs, fairly athletic, and had little breast tissue to start with.They look nice but not like a D!They seem flat & round. I thought they would extend further out rather than being round.I wear a bra 24 hrs a day, and sleep in one.Should I stop?Could this be why?If the tissues stretch any more or drop any further I'll need another lift!They don't feel tight either.HELP!
450 cc high profile silicone breast implants, with a lift, look too small 3 months post op. What can I do? (photo)
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Shortcomings of a Benelli Lift
are flattening of projection which is inherent in that kind of lift. That being said, your results at 3 months do look quite acceptable and visually to me, approach a D cup easily. I almost guarantee that if you went bra shopping at Victoria's Secret, you will be leaving with D cups. If you have any concerns with your final results, its suggested you see your surgeon about them. The wrinkling around the areola will improve with time but other issues can always develop.
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Breast implants look too small 3 months after
3 Month Breast Augmentation Results
You have a very nice result at three months from surgery. While there may be a discrepancy about what size implant was going to achieve your D cup goal, there are certain shape features of a combined breast reshaping with a lift and implants that can be expected. The breast shape will always be more round and the projection will be a little flat. Those shape issues are unavoidable. You may consider a larger implant to get a bigger breast size but that will not make the breast mound less round and less flat across the nipple area.
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Your breasts look very nice at three months but you have to be patient and let it heal. Good luck.
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