Thank you for your question. It is difficult to determine as swelling may
last several months.
I'd recommend booking a follow-up appointment
with your Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to discuss your concerns.
Hello, as you have mentioned it is only 2 weeks after your operation and implants can take months to settle. I would suggest ongoing assessments and dialogue with your plastic surgeon.
If you have saline implants then your contour deformity will likely persist (and probably get worse over time). Correction would involve changing to gel implants and/or going under the muscle. Unfortunately there is no other solution since saline implants tend to soften over time as the shell stretches and breast tissue thins out.
If your bumps are palapable this soon after surgery and your implants are on top of your muscle ,then they likely won't get better. Hopefully your implants were placed below the muscle and then you can expect a better long term result.
Sorry for the typical ripples seen with saline implants. But you should understand that saline implants do have that issue/complication. And if you are seeing this so early after surgery, I suspect this will be a problem. Might consider silicone implants exchange?
Since you are only 2 weeks I think being patient is more important.You can do heat and massage to see if it will help.