What caused these bad Breast results? Should I choose a new surgeon? (photos)

Bottoming out , pocket on one side too big causing a dent in chest when I lay down and breast falls to the side , pectoral muscle when flexed digs into breast creating a deformed look, one breast seems slightly harder and nipple pointing down. One bigger,

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Yes it is not a certified plastic surgeon who operated to you

you must see any certified "ASAPS" plastic surgeon, your  results  clearly show very bad results it wont be any easeally  to correct  but  with experience must be properly done
i suggest  to choose  very well, it is not urgent and  danger but  emotionally affects  to any woman

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Unfortunate breast augmentation results

I'm sites to see the results of your breast augmentation.  I must say based on photographs alone it is difficult to determine exactly what happened.  However I have to agree with your intent to seek consultation with another plastic surgeon who is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery for a second opinion.

See an experienced board certified plastic surgery

Your breasts can be fixed to make them look more like you want, however it is important that you see an experienced board certified plastic surgeon for a physical examination and second opinion. Revision surgery may be necessary, although you may need to wait 3-4 months after your initial surgery beforehand. Best of luck.

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What caused this?

I agree that you should get a second opinion. From your pictures it appears that you have an animation problem from your implants being placed under the muscle.  You also, have a volume difference and slight ptosis(sagging ) on the left. If the implant on the right falls under your arm when you lay down then might need to have the pocket revised.  Find a board certified surgeon.

Jon E. Rast, MD
Kansas City Plastic Surgeon
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