Will I need a lift with implants? One breast is bigger & sagger, nipples aren't symmetrical (Photo)
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Breast augmentation after pregnancy
Your photo suggests that you will have a very nice result from an augmentation alone.
The asymmetry is not marked - it will be less noticeable with implants in place.
The trend is to placement of implants under the muscle - fewer complications and less easily damaged by future mammograms. You will still be able to check your breasts.
If the nipple is inverted it can be corrected surgically as well. Best wishes.
Correction of asymmetry
Sizer implants could be used during surgery to help determine the closest possible size match for you. I would put the implants in the dual-plane partial sub-muscular position.
All the best,
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An in person consultation will provide the best possible evaluation and recommendation. All the best.
Need a lift with implants?
You may need differentials sized implants plus or minus a minor resection of tissue and slight lifting of the left nipple to get the breasts more symmetrical. I recommend that you see a board certified plastic surgeon in consultation to get more specific answers to your questions which can best be addressed after a thorough history and examination is performed.
Best of luck to you!
Breast augmentation alone are with minor lift on the left should give you a nice result
If the nipple asymmetry bothers you and you want the breast to be very symmetrical like the ones that you show in your desired photo that a minor breast lift on the left side using a circumareolar approach would be necessary to give you that type of symmetry.
Will I need a lift with implants
Will I need a lift with implants? One breast is bigger & sagger, nipples aren't symmetrical
Without the benefit of examining you it's impossible to tell you what size implants should be used. What are your goals? I would encourage you to seek out a surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery with years of experience in cosmetic breast surgery. Good Luck
Breast asymmetry, deflation, and possible lift?
I am impressed that the breasts you like (your "wish boobs") have been so carefully chosen. They suit you very well.
I'm confident that you don't need a lift. Correction by implants only should be possible, and you can aim high I think - your current shape has a lot of potential for a pleasing result.
The key for you is careful assessment, understanding of your needs, educating you carefully about the benefits and risks of breast implant surgery, and then careful assessment of your chest wall, and breasts using examination and 3D technology for planning.
Often when the breasts are asymmetric, the body is as well, so evaluation must consider this too.
Start with some consultations with good plastic surgeons, and you'll learn all you need to know.
All the very best