Revisions for scarring after breast lift
- 6 years ago
I had original anchor mastopexy last year. Had terrible results with scarring and drop-out of one breast which was also boxy in shape. I ended up with hypertrophic scarring all around.
I had revision done (by another surgeon) 6 months later. Some hypertrophic scarring remains. I notice that the vertical line on one breast is shorter than the other. surgeon indicated prior to revision that it's very important that they remain equal, but did not elaborate. Why? I am looking at future revisions for remaining scarring and I'm not sure I like final shape of breasts. Please advise.
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