Are my nipples too high after Breast Augmentation? (photos)
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Are my nipples too high after Breast Augmentation?
Nipple position is high
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Are my nipples too high?
Your breast tissue sat a bit low on your chest before your surgery. With a breast implants sometimes this becomes a bit more noticeable. You have a fantastic result. Best to keep that in mind.
Thank you for your question and photos. It appears that you had a large space between areolas and breast crease prior to augmentation. If your incisions are still located in original crease placement and not appearing to move upwards then it isn't likely that you are bottoming out, however if the position of your nipples bothers you, you may discuss options to revise with your Plastic Surgeon.
All the best
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Hello, Thanks for your question, the nipple position looks well BUT you have a pseudoptosis (more tissue in your infeiror pole of your breast than in the superior pole), this is the cause you look your nipple in a high position. you have 3 factor that cause that: 1) tissue of your breast, 2) position of the implants, 3) weight of the implant. if you want to reshape you breast in a future. you will need to make a lift, to reposicionate the implant and reduce the excces of tissue in you inferior pole. have a nice day!!
Position is okay
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Nipples Too High?
It appears as though your nipples were a bit high on your breasts preoperatively, and the breast implants have only made that a bit more noticeable. Your implants appear to be in a good position. I wouldn't expect your implants to settle much (and actually, we wouldn't want them to, because if they settled downward more, it would make your nipples appear even higher on the breast).
Dr. Dan Krochmal
MAE Plastic Surgery
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