Uneven breasts 3 year after breast enlargement (photo)

I had a breast enlargement 3 years ago, the left was always slightly bigger but barely recognisable, I have now noticed the left is bigger,feels looser and lower than the right there's no pain,I have silicone implants and around a 32 dd.
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Doctor Answers (6)

Asymmetry

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With the left breast feeling looser, it follows that the right breast is firmer, and this may be related to a capsular contracture, causing the firmness on that side and adding to the appearance difference. 

This can't be diagnosed just from the posted photo, so a visit to your surgeon is the recommendation. 

All the best.


Seattle Plastic Surgeon
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Breast Enhancement Surgery

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Hard to see what is going on as you are liftting one arm which makes the implant on that side look higher, as well I would want to see your pre op images to give you a better recommendation 

Ryan Neinstein, MD, FRCSC
New York Plastic Surgeon
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The photo posted doesn't help as your arm is raised.  You need to be examined in person.  See your PS or another BC PS.
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Asif Pirani, MD, FRCS(C)
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Uneven breasts at 3 years may reflect differences in the capsules or pre-surgical asymmetry.

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Greetings, 

Your photo suggests that your left breast appears lower and it is reported as softer & larger.  The right breast implant may have a firmer capsule than is present on the left.

Based upon a re-evaluation by your plastic surgeon, non-surgical and surgical options to improve the appearance of your breasts could be presented to you.

Best Regards,

Douglas J. Raskin, MD, DMD
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Breast asymmetry

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I think an exam is critical to see why they are different and also to get more information from you.  Then a surgical plan can be decided upon to provide a solution.

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