2 weeks post-op, slope on my right breast will my implant fall into place? (photos)
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Slope & Asymmetry Concern Post Breast Revision
Creating a #Neopectoral #pocket is sometimes used as a technique to provide a stronger more secure placement for breast #implants. In this case, the implant is removed and the capsule is dissected from the muscle to create a new or “neo” pocket for the implant. However, any #asymmetries regarding the folds under the breasts may not be totally corrected. Also, it is difficult to provide additional suggestions without knowledge of the techniques applied during both the original and revision surgeries. It may be best to seek additional opinions on your matter whether from the surgeon you initially consulted with or another. Particularly from a #PlasticSurgeon who is board-certified and has a great deal of experience specializing in cosmetic #surgery.
Will my implant fall into place?
We don't know about the pocket revision or how things looked before your augmentation, however we do know that most implants do fall and settle into position, and the right time to judge is at six months. It is very hard to wait, though time will tell how your revision works itself out.
Please see your surgeon
We have limited information regarding your before surgery shape, surgery and type of the implants. It is unlikely that it be corrected 100% and your surgeon should be able to give you better answer.
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2 weeks post-op, slope on my right breast will my implant fall into place?
It takes 3 to 6 months to see the final results so give it some time. Without seeing your before pictures, it is hard to comment.
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