I am exactly 3weeks post op and I know that I must wait at least 6 months to see some real results but I am increasingly concerned with the noticeable asymmetry of my breasts. I had a reduction/lift with 325cc round high profile under the muscle implants. I am interested in your thoughts and opinions before I consult my own surgeon regarding this!
Asymmetry of Breasts? (photo)
Doctor Answers 7
Assymetry after Breast aug and lift
Based on the photos, I can understand your concerns. However, you are early in the healing process. You will be surprised how much things improve over time. I would recommend that you wait a bit longer before making any judgments. In the interim, please relate your concerns to your plastic surgeon.
It is very early
It is very early to assess symmetry and contour of your breasts after surgery. Although the angle and lighting are not optimal, it appears from the preop image that you had some asymmetry of your breasts beforehand, and your left breast was larger than your right. It appears now that you have slightly more fullness on the upper outer aspect of your left breast than on your right, and this could be due entirely to swelling of that breast or differences in tension between the tissues of the two breasts, all of which will improve with time as swelling resolves and tissues settle. I tell my patients not to even worry about asymmetry in such instances for 3 or 4 months. Usually it resolves sufficiently by then, and if not, we can certainly discuss plans to improve things then if need be. But for now, it is way too early to have that chat. Good luck.
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It looks like you have a very nice result. Remember no two breasts are exactly the same and there will be some asymmetry...always!
Asymmetry of Breasts?
So far this looks like a nice improvement and a nice result. Small amounts of asymmetry are pretty much the rule early on, until the pectoral musces relax to accommodate the implants. Patience.
All the best.
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