380cc saline implant filled to 450cc, mentor high profile. Nervous they won't drop properly? (photo)
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Breast not dropping post aug
Toronto Breast Augmentation with Implants
You're still early in your post-op course. Your implants will continue to drop for several weeks to months. Be sure to discuss your concerns with your plastic surgeon.
10 days postop
You are only 10 days after surgery. I'm sure your plastic surgeon will recommend some form of upper pole massage therapy or compression. So please be patient as it can take several weeks to see your final results. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
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Nervous they will not droop
After 10 days post op , is very normal to see this strange shape on a breast augmentation . By the way you have to be concerned of the indications that your PS has been given you .As far as it seem by looking at this pictures you had a breast augmentation with the implants located under the muscle if they are behind the muscle you should talk to your surgeon if you are not using an elastic band because that will help the muscle to relax and improve the movement of the implant to the inferior mamary fold . Most of the cases in implants located under the muscle is obligatory to use this band to prevent and facilitate the implant to move from the upper poles of the breast .
380cc saline implant filled to 450cc, mentor high profile. Nervous they won't drop properly?
Although your anxiety is quite common/normal, online consultants will not be of much specific/meaningful help to you when it comes to advice and/or reassurance. Your plastic surgeon will be in the best position to advise (and probably) reassure you.
Generally speaking, the vast majority of patients who undergo breast augmentation surgery are pleased with the outcome. They, like you, often experience anxiety early on regarding breast implant position and/or size concerns.
Best wishes; hopefully you will be pleased with the long-term outcome of the procedure performed.
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