I'm Trying to Figure out How What my Best Option is for Lateral Displacement? (photo)

Hey, I previously asked about over or unders for 800cc implants. I have 500cc mod+ now and had 650cc hp the first time. I had a capsular contracture and they were removed and replaced with the 500cc. Since my last surgery my scar tissue has come loose and my implants almost float in the pocket it seems like. I have lots of drooping now so was wanting a full lift this go around. I am wanting lots of fullness on the sides and top. Should I get the internal bra as well for desired results? Thanks!

Doctor Answers (3)

Breast lift?

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You may very well need a breast lift.  You would have to be seen in person to determine what would best suit you.


Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 18 reviews

Yes

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Doing an internal bra (capsulorraphy) is your only hope.  The tissues need to be tightened to reduce

the size of the pocket.  This can be done with sutures, or to be more sure that the repair won't

give way in the future, you surgeon can also use Strattice, a biological material from pigs that

is very strong.  The other problem is sagging.  For best results, I recommend a lift (mastopexy)

also.
 

E. Anthony Musarra II, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
4.0 out of 5 stars 9 reviews

Best Options for Lateral Displacement of Breast Implants?

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Thank you for the question and pictures.

In person examination will be necessary to provide you with precise advice. However, based on your pictures and goals,  I think you will be best served with “internal bra" surgery (capsulorraphy) to  help support the breast implants inferiorly and laterally.

I would suggest that you meet with well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons to discuss your goals in person.  Make sure he/she can demonstrate significant experience helping patients in your situation.

Best wishes.

Tom J. Pousti, MD, FACS
San Diego Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 791 reviews

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