Should my surgeon have done more than just an implant for tuberous breasts? (photos)
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Tuberous breasts require a skilled surgeon for the best augmentation results.
Women with tuberous results can have great breast augmentation results if their plastic surgeon incorporates the right techniques to alleviate the affects of the condition. Options include releasing the bands that constrict your breast tissue during your augmentation or using a tissue expander prior to surgery to reshape your breast. Although it's still early in the healing process, you appear to have achieved good results. Still, you may want to ask your plastic surgeon if any additional steps were taken during your procedure to correct your natural breast shape before proceeding.
Early post op, some advices :
In this regard, it's not advisable to carry heavy weights to prevent the implant out of position, and allow the formation of the physiological capsule around the implant, also to avoid pain and breast swelling. Kind regardsDr. Emmanuel Mallol
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Revise after aug
I Wonder What Your Pre-op Shape Was
Your post-operative result does not look bad. It seems like you will continue to have some shape asymmetries that you probably started with, such as volume differences and nipple and areola position differences. From your post-op pictures I would say that you did not start with a classic bad tuberous breast shape2 weeks out is too early to tell what is going to happen. Give thing more time.
Dr. Gordon Telepun
After breast augmentation
Tuberous Breasts Pre Surgery?
Thank you for your question and photo. You may have had short spaces under your areolas and not tuberous constriction prior to augmentation. This is common. Pre op photos would be necessary to provide more insight. I recommend that you wait a full 6 months to evaluate your results and share ongoing concerns with your Plastic Surgeon.
All the best
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Should my surgeon have done more than just an implant for tuberous breasts?
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