From your photographs, the breasts appear to be healing well. There is continued swelling for up to 6 months following surgery and the implants take several months to settle and drop. Breasts move normally from side to side and an implant will continue to allow the breasts to move normally. Incisions feel hard for up to a year until the scar tissue in the area of the incision resolves. Please be patient, healing takes time.
From the photographs it's apparent there is still a substantial amount of swelling in the nipple and areolar complex. This has to subside before a judgment can be made about abnormal nipple projection.
Thank you for your question about breast augmentation and
Healing takes more time than people expect and it can be discouraging.
- You are still in the beginning stages of healing.
- You are still swollen and things take time to heal.
- Usually it
takes up to three months for the implants to settle down. As the swelling goes
away, the implant softens and looks more natural. Your nipples will settle too.
- You will need at least six months to see your final result.
- If you have serious concerns, it is important to see your
plastic surgeon because she/he knows exactly what was done for you.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your question. You are very early in your recovery and your breast implants will continue to descend and as they do the nipples will have a more normal position and appear higher. You have an excellent result for so early after a significant procedure.
It appears as if you have a rather nice result so far despite having oversized implants and undergoing a periareolar lift. Your nipples appear to be very well positioned and are not pointed downward in my opinion. The implants will continue to settle and soften, the puffiness of the areolae will lessen, and the rings around the areolae will soften over the next 3 months or so. Be patient and follow your surgeon's instructions.
No, you will continue to have noticeable changes for some months yet. The nipples do no appear to be pointing down in the photos but nevertheless, rest assured that this is likely to improve more over time. The "rings" you feel are probably the permanent locking suture placed around the areola to maintain its size. The puffiness is common and normal and most often improves as the swelling and tightness improve.Be patient.
As for the implants falling to the side....that is normal to some degree but can be excessive if the pockets are too loose laterally.
At 5 weeks post-op, it is too soon to worry about final results. Everyone is different but it can take 3-6 months for your swelling to go down and implants to settle. Try to be patient and give it some time. Continue to follow post-op instructions and re-evaluate at that time because as your implants settle and swelling to goes down, your nipples will most likely move to a more central location on your breast mound and nipples rotate up. Be patient. ac