Nippers are too high. Breast Revision Required? (Photos)
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Thank you for your question and pictures. The nipples, espcially the only on the right of the picture are a bit too high. This can be corrected by RAISING the implant a little higher and removing some skin from the infra mammary fold of the breast.
It does appear that you may benefit from a breast revision. I would recommend waiting at least 6 months from your original surgery to let full healing occur and then would also start with your original doctor. Explain to them what you like and don't like and then you can come up with a revision plan. Don't despair, this can be improved. Good luck.
Redo breasts augmentation
Thanks for submitting your pictures and sorry for your problems. The pictures are confusing, because in the first 2 pictures , the nipples location is asymmetrical while in the last picture they look even. It appears that your implants bottomed out, either because of superior capsule contracture , or just weakness of the fold. The solution for your problem is superior capsulotomy (scar release) and inferior capsulorrhaphy (internal bra), which will raise the breasts and the fold and will allow the bra to cover the nipples as well as create more attractive breasts.. If the nipples location is indeed asymmetrical, a mini lift of the right side will correct the problem.
Always, consult with experienced board certified plastic surgeons who perform lots of redo breasts augmentation in accredited surgery center for your safety. Most importantly, check the before and after pictures, to make sure that they are numerous, consistent and attractive with nice cleavage, perky, symmetrical and natural looking. Also, check the reviews on 'RealSelf' for ratings and positive experience reports.
Best of luck,
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