3 months post-op. Implants too high/feeling uncomfortable/not part of me. Too much upper pole Transaxillary/300cc/Round (Photo)
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3 months post-op. Implants too high/feeling uncomfortable/not part of me. Too much upper pole Transaxillary/300cc/Round
The problems that you mention are more common after TA breast augmentation. You are only three months and your result looks good to me. Wait until 6 months. Do breast implant displacement exercises and ask your surgeon to give you a Bando to wear. I think you will be fine after more time.
3 months post op
I typically advise my patients to wait a good 6 months to see their final results to allow all of the swelling to resolve and to let the implants drop/settle. Remember, the larger the implant, the longer it takes to settle. If you still aren't satisfied at 6 months, best to discuss with your operating surgeon how to revise your result. Good luck!
Hello and thank you for your question. The simple answer is a revision is possible. However you are still fairly early in your surgical course. I would suggest allowing a few more months prior to considering breast revision.
Theodore T. Nyame MD
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