Dent in Breast After Several Breast Surgeries. What Can I Do? (photo)
- Asked by Amanda8706
- 1 year ago
My first surgery to fix a tuberous deformity was mastoplexy/augmentation(June '11). Then had corrective surgery on my right breast because of a capsular contracture(Sept '11). I just underwent my third surgery to pick up my right breast, because it had started to sag quite a bit(March 6 '12), and I had tumescent liposuction (hips, abdomen, flanks) at the same time. Now I have a dent in my right breast. How is this fixed? I know in the pictures it doesnt seem like much, but it is very noticable.
Breast indentation can be caused by any number of different reasons.
Multiple surgeries and a history of capsule contracture as well as tuberous breast deformity complicates the diagnosis of breast indentation/irregularity. The simplest repair would be fat grafting to the area. If you and your plastic surgeon are planning on going back for any revision surgery the indentation can be evaluated from the inside and properly addressed.
All the best,
Dr Remus Repta
Web reference: http://aaaplasticsurgery.com
Dent in breast
A dent in the breast may represent scar tissue from the previous surgeries. It also can represent thin tissue and rippling of an implant. Without an exam it is hard to say.
How to fix a dent in the Breast?
Difficult to see in the picture, but I would suggest pursuing some fat grafting to fill this defect. It can be done in the offcie under a local anesthesia and should be succesful, it may require 2 sessions but should provide an excellent outcome, good luck
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Dent in breast after surgery
It's hard to determine without seeing you, but it may be scar tissue or lack of fat in the area. I would visit the surgeon who last corrected the area and inquire about removing the scar tissue or fat grafting the area that is dented.
Web reference: http://www.baltimoreplasticsurgery.com/
Dent in breast
With such limited pictures, it is really hard to give you specific advice. However, if you have a small dent, then fat grafting may be the best option. However, you would really need a full examination and more information about your surgery to determine what is best for you.
Web reference: http://www.Shafer PlasticSurgery.com
Fat grafting will help
You have depression due to the suture tension and scaring. Combination of liposuction and fat grafting will help
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This is simple to fix with fat transplantation. THis should take one session and the chances of you needing more than one procedure are low.
Dr Del Vecchio
Web reference: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21311393
Dent in Breast After Several Breast Surgeries
The indentation is noticeable, but it is hard to assess what is going on without seeing your entire breast and examining you. Based upon what is shown, this could either be due to scar tissue that is tethering your skin or a loss of tissue from either fat atrophy or excessive tissue removal during your previous surgery. If it is from a deficit of soft tissue and the breast is soft and supple, fat grafting to this area would correct this problem. If the breast is tight and there is tethering of the tissue, this will have to be surgically released so that the breast tissue can fill in this area and give you a more natural shape. Another thing you could do would be to massage your implants and breast tissue and see this will allow your breast tissue and implant to fill out this area. I would consult your plastic surgeon and discuss the issue with him/her, have him examine your, and develop a plan to correct this problem.
Dent in Breast After Several Breast Surgeries. What Can I Do?
Very hard to see the complete area in the posted photos, SO the complete breast. But try fat grafting or fillers.
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