Implant to Round Out
Thanks for your question. At
this point, I would recommend following up with your surgeon to see what else
could be done. One option is to change
the implant. The other option could be
to address the sutures used on the lateral portion of the breast. Really, it would be best to have an
examination to investigate the differences you are seeing and get all your
options. You could also give it more
time to settle and see if the results get better. I hope this helps.
Thank you for your question. Typically your results are fairly set by 5 months. I recommend you follow up with your surgeon for a physical exam.
See your surgeon
You should make an appointment with your plastic surgeon for an in person examination as the symptoms you are describing could indicate a number of things. Pictures would be helpful, but having your doctor examine you and prescribe further treatment is probably necessary.
Breasts change little
that long after your procedure. Discuss your concerns with your surgeon and find out what can be done to help you achieve the look you desire.
The situation you are describing is very complex, and without an examination or at least photographs, no cogent comments can be made by us. Please discuss with your surgeon, or have a second opinion consultation with a few ABPS certified/ASAPS member surgeons that specialize in revision breast surgery.
Best of lukc!
Thank you for your question.
At 5 months, the implants are what they are going to be. It sounds like this was a difficult case to begin with starting with an A and C cup. I would contact your surgeon and express your concerns, I am sure there are several options to help try and achieve more symmetry. In situtations like this fat grafting can sometimes help round the breast out and give it a more natural shape like the other side. It is hard to know for sure what would work without seeing photos. Good luck.
Don't expect perfect symmetry after placement of breast implants and mastopexy to correct asymmetry.
It's impossible to comment on your situation without at least some photographs. However at five months some changes might still be expected. If the trend is favorable it's best to wait.
Will my implant round out more?
At this point you are
early in the healing process. Your implants will continue to settle and soften
with time. Follow up with your surgeon as directed.