I am 3 weeks post BA, 425 saline submuscular. My right breast crease is currently about an inch lower than my left and the left implant is riding high and has not dropped down like the right and has a weird profile. PS said he had to "tack" up both breasts underneath and may have tacked the left higher due to rib placement. He also said he could go in and release the left some....is that an invasive revision? Will time resolve uneven tacking? Can the left even drop if tacked too high?
Breasts Tacked Up Unevenly?
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Revision of Breast Pocket/Fold Requires Patience
Breast Augmentation Asymmetry
Suture techniques to the inframammary fold or to recreate or change a pocket introduce an additional element of variability to surgery. My advice is to wait, wait, wait at least 6 months. Sutures and tissues relax, implants drop, shapes change, and these all unpredictable to some extent. Good luck.
Asymmetry after Breast Augmentation?
Thank you for the question.
Given that you are only 3 weeks out of your surgery, it is much too early to evaluate the end results of the procedure and/or consider further surgery. I would suggest that you continue to exercise patience and continue to follow up with your plastic surgeon.
Evaluate the end results of surgery 6 months to one year after it was done; hopefully you will be pleased with the outcome, understanding that absolute breast symmetry is almost never achieved.
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Breasts Tacked Up Unevenly?
Your question is quite difficult to answer without the benefit of photos, preferably including photos from before surgery as well as of the current appearance.
At three weeks it is quite early to make any judgement, as most patients have significant improvement over the course of 3 to 6 months as the implants settle into place.
As to your revision question, it is best asked to your surgeon. He knows what precisely was done and what he has in mind in terms of revision.
Thanks, best wishes.
Thank you for the question. Your surgery was only three weeks ago and , generally speaking, it takes up to six months for the implants to settle. During that time, if you have concerns about your surgery, I advise to address your concerns with your plastic surgeon and follow his/ her instructions. It would not be in your best interest to comment on your question without in person exam.
Implants and dropping
Without seeing at least photos it is difficult to comment, but they will fall a bit with time. Good luck.
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