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Does This Look Like I Have Symmastia. I'm 7 Weeks Pot Op and I'm Freaking Out? (photo)

I'm 5'4 and weight 105. Have 3 kids and had always been flat chested. 400Cc on each side. Negative 32A to a full C

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No Symmastia

It does not look like you have symmastia. I think it is a bit early and as things settle they will look even better!


Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Not Symmastia After Breast Augmentation

You definitely don't have symmastia and are unlikely to develop it at this point. There still remains a visible attached segment of skin between the breast mounds on the sternum This is the amount of cleavage that many breast augmentation patients want to achieve and cannot because of the spacing between their breasts.

Symmastia, Yes or No?

Symmastia occurs when there is significant blunting at the center or midline of the chest due to over dissection of the inner portion of the breasts. Good news! Based on your photos, you do not have symmastia!

Thanks for your question and photos. Best wishes!

Gregory Park, MD
San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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Symmastia after Breast Augmentation?

Thank you for the question and pictures.

No, I do not think that you have developed symmastia.  If you do feel a lot of pressure in the cleavage area, see if your plastic surgeon recommends the use of a "thong" bra  for additional support.

 Best wishes.

 

7 Weeks Postop and Symmastia?

    At 7 weeks, swelling has resolved and, if you have a space between your breasts, you are unlikely to have symmastia.

Symmastia?

Good news:  you don't have symmastia.  You have a lovely result, with a nice cleavage and an attractive contour.  Congratulations!

Does This Look Like I Have Symmastia. I'm 7 Weeks Pot Op and I'm Freaking Out? (photo)

The posted photos show NO symmastia. The definition is that there is a communication between the breast implant pocket or a uni breast. 

Symmastia

You do not have symmastia but you obviously have a very small distance between your breasts.  As long as the skin remains adherent to your breast bone between your breasts you should be fine and I suspect that after 7 weeks if you were going to develop symmastia it would have done so already.

Richard Kofkoff, MD, FACS
Saint Louis Plastic Surgeon
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It does not appear that you have symmastia

Hello,

Thank you for the question and photos.  Your photos do not show symmastia.  Your breast implants are very close in the midline (cleavage) but there does appear to be a distinct boundary.  

All the best,

Dr Remus Repta

Remus Repta, MD
Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
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