The left breast is lower than the right side. This is
obvious at both the upper and lower pole.
Since it is early the position can often be adjusted with taping and
support. Once the swelling decreases
you may look better either way.
At this stage of healing all looks OK. But you need to avoid the tapes that are causing this reaction on the skin...
Thanks for your inquiry, sorry you had the allergic reaction. It is very early, but if you are concerned that the implant is already too low, it is important you discuss with your surgeon about implant support (bras/foam) during the recovery process to prevent further descent. Good Luck.
At eight days after a breast augmentation, it is way too early to see the final result. You have to give it time to heal. Good luck.
Although I do understand your concerns, it is much too early to evaluate the outcome of the breast procedure performed. You will need to exercise patience and wait 3 to 6 months to do so. Hopefully, the breast implants will not “settle” lower than its current position and you will be pleased with the long term outcome of the procedure performed. Best wishes.
The answer to your question is YES, it is too soon to be concerned about your aesthetic result eight days following your procedure. Still, express your sentiments to your surgeon to learn what he/she advises. Your allergic reaction is not likely from steri-strips, but may be related to gum-mastic in Mastisol, an adhesive solution applied to wound edges after surgery to more strongly secure steri-strips on the skin.
Thanks for your question
Notwithstanding the allergic response to steristrips (!) you seem to have a fantastic early result. I would just let things settle and see your plastic surgeon as per normal
Take things easy and good luck in your recovery