3 months post op. One breast hasn't dropped. Will it? Should the doctor have lowered the crease? (Photo)
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Right implant higher
3 months post op. One breast hasn't dropped. Will it? Should the doctor have lowered the crease?
Will asymmetrical breast implant dropped more after 3 months?
However you had a significant asymmetry preop and most of the result that you see is caused by the asymmetry that you had before surgery.
The problem with lowering the crease is the risk of bottoming out or double bubble deformity. In my practice I would've recommended a unilateral breast lift on the larger lower side during the course of your breast augmentation.
After 6 months of the asymmetry is still significant the better procedure might be to lift the lower breast to avoid the risk of double bubble or bottoming out by attempting to lower the right-sided crease.
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