Breast implants too big because of loss of breast tissue. always loved my implants but now hate them as i am in a lot of pain.
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Implants and Support
Redo breasts augmentation
It is impossible to give you an opinion on your situation without examining you or seeing your front and side view pictures.
It sounds like you might benefit from placing the implants under the muscle and possibly have some kind of lift procedure, either externally - Mastopexy, or internally - capsulorrhaphy (internal bra).
In any event, you have to realize that not all results are the same, because experience, skills and aesthetic eye, are critical for good and safe outcome.
So, do your due diligence carefully and choose wisely.
Always, consult with experienced board certified plastic surgeons who do lots of redo breasts augmentation in accredited surgery center for your safety. Most importantly, check the before and after pictures in the photo gallery, to make sure that they are numerous, consistent and attractive with natural look. Also, check the reviews on Realself, for ratings and positive experience reports.
Best of luck,
Concerns of the previous breast augmentation surgery
Based on your description and maybe in your best interest to convert the sub glandular breast implants to the sub muscular (dual plane) position. Successful results do depend, to some degree, on the surgeon's experience. Therefore, best to make sure that your plastic surgeon can demonstrate significant experience helping patients with this type of revisionary breast surgery.
Sometimes, patients undergoing conversion of breast implant positioning from the sub glandular to the sub muscular space benefit from additional maneuvers such as breast lifting (depending on the position of the breast skin envelope in relation to the position of the sub muscular breast implants) and/or the use of acellular dermal matrix for lower pole support and/or additional coverage of breast implants. Closing off the existing breast implant pocket is a technique utilized to help prevent the breast implant from moving back into its previous space.
I hope this, and the attached link demonstrating many relevant cases, helps. Best wishes.
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