Help! Saggy and Very Soft Skin Around Breast Implants

I got breast implants when I was 20 years old. My...

I got breast implants when I was 20 years old. My weight has fluctuated and now I feel they are a bit saggy. The implants were placed between the minor and major pectoral muscle and the incision is in the underarm.

I loved the shape and size during the first three years but now I feel the breast has dropped. Is it just me or are they very saggy?

Would you recommend removal of implant to replace with a smaller size or a breast lift? I frequently model and am very concerned about scarring. Any advice would be muchly appreciated.
Vicente Garcia

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i agree. they look natural. i.e. great.
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hello im only 20 and im interesting with the breast inplands and im not sure dis is the good idea?!
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theyre beautiful...look natural
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If you do a remove and replace I would go with a larger implant placed under the muscle. The larger implant will fill more space in the pocket created and should negate the need for a lift, which you don't really look like you need anyway. Placing the implant under the muscle will stop the implant from adding weight to the breast tissue and causing sagging.
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In my opinion they are not VERY saggy. You mentioned you had them placed when you were 20 y/o, how long have you had them? Regardless, I am no dr. but eventually breast implants WILL sag...part of gravity...Also, before having a lift, consider whether or not you'll be having children. They look nice...could be the pressue from your frequent modeling... Choose whatever makes YOU happy. Best of luck ;) P.S. post this question and picture to the doctors here.
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thank you so much for the kind words. I do feel quite a lot of pressure to be "perfect" in the industry I work in so every little detail tends to be overly scrutinized. I will post this question and pics for the dr's to take a look. Again thanks so much for the reassurance.
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