Breast indentation years after reconstructive surgery. Any suggestions? (photos)

I had a Prophylactic double mastectomy in 2009 with immediate reconstructive surgery (implants). The last few of years I've developed a indentation on each breast. Last Dec. I had a fat transfer on both to help with this issue and to hide the implant that was beginning to show pretty badly. That did well for a while and now I'm back to this...... What can be done to "hide"/fix this?

Doctor Answers 2

Reconstructed breast indentation

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Asymmetry and indentations of reconstructed breasts are best treated with fat grafting. Expected graft take is in the range of 60 to 70 % , so you may require more than one session of grafting to achieve the desired result.Best, Dr. Yegiyants

Santa Barbara Plastic Surgeon
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Fat grafting

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Likely fat grafting might be reasonable, and it may require more than one treatment. Best of luck with your decision to move forward.

Steven Wallach, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
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