Worried I might be bottoming out! (Photo)
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Worried I might be bottoming out!
Thank you for your photos, according to your photos your breast dont look equal but thıs would be because of your natural breast shape. the best is to wait after after 6months then yu can have follow up control with your Doctor.
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Thank you for your question and photos. You appear to have some lateral displacement, however your areolas were naturally widely spaced pre op as well. It would be best that you have an in-person exam with your Plastic Surgeon to determine what is going on and options for you.
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Lateral Displacement / Internal Bra
You do have some asymmetry in your photo, and specifically a little lateral displacement on both sides, giving you a really wide gap and also making your nipple position look wider apart than preop. This often starts as a dull, heavy, aching discomfort that can progress over time to real pain, where you never feel comfortable without a tight bra and/or cupping your breast with your hand.
The proper correction is the Internal Bra, my strong permanent internal suturing technique which corrects the lateral displacement and supports your implant over the long term. I would also perform a donut mastopexy to move your nipple position more medially.
This repair should be able to give you nice symmetry. I perform this exact type of revision 5-6 times a week.
I have attached a link to my Internal Bra / Breast Augmentation Revision photo gallery for your review- hope it helps!
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