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Bottoming out of Breast Implants the Fault of Surgeon?
I think my right breast implant has bottomed out. I noticed the difference within a month of the original surgery. When I lay on my back the right implant falls into the axillary area. Both breasts are very soft and the implants can easily be moved around. Was this the fault of the surgeon, and if so, what type of fee reduction should I ask for on his part for the revision? It has been 18 months since the original surgery, but he has been aware of the issue since 3 months post-op. Thanks!
The pocket was likely made too big
Is it bottoming out?
You need a surgical revision to fix the breast asymmetry
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Lateral displacement (movement into armpit) of implants can be repaired
Usually a combination of factors
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Consequence of Implant Pocket too Large
Bottoming out of Breast Implant?
Bottoming out of implants has a variety of etiologies
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