Assymetry 2 months post op
Since you are only 2 months post op I woul;d relax and wait.This is not unusual this early post op.As long as there is no fever the redness is probaly irritation.
It is hard to see your concerns from your photo. I would recommend you seek a second opinion from a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. An exam is needed to make a recommendation.
Breast Implants and Lift Recovery
From the photo, it is impossible to tell you more about your situation. The recovery from the procedure you had will take time to see the final results. All of these questions should be re-directed to your surgeon to better understand your situation. He/she is the only one there to give you a more accurate answer.
Continue to follow up with your surgeon to ensure that you progress as planned.
Best of luck,
Vincent Marin, MD
San Diego Plastic Surgeon
Questions about nipple characteristics after periareolar lift
The one posted photo does not really demonstrate anything unusual. Best to seek paid in person second opinions...
Pushing the limits of a periareolar lift
Those would need to be addressed by your doctor. You really "needed" a full lift for the ideal shape but that involves more scras. In your case the periareolar lift is being pushed to the limit. Best to let all heal for 6 months and see.