It depends on how the capsule was treated. Usually there is improvement but it is too early to draw that conclusion. Best to follow up with your PS.
You are still early after surgery, and much of the asymmetry is probably due to swelling. It is too early to tell what the final result would be. From the photo it does not appear as though you have bottoming out.
Form your photos, it does not appear that you have bottoming out of the implant. The right breast looks bigger but since it has only been two weeks since surgery, the difference in size could be from post-operative swelling. I would wait at least another 6-8 weeks before making any final judgement about the size and shape.
It does not look like the implant is bottoming out, it looks like the right breast is just a bit more droopy than the opposite one.
Depending on how the capsule was released an implant can become too low in the pocket, however we can't really judge based on the photo. Give things time, perhaps six months to see how the breast evens out.
Typically "bottoming out" refers to malposition of the implant. In other words, the implant sinks too low beneath the breast. I see no evidence of this in your photograph. One breast may be hanging lower than the other which is a separate issue. Regardless, at 2 weeks you are far too early to be assessing your result. I would advise waiting at least 3-6 months before making any judgement on size, contour, or symmetry. At that time, if one breast remains lower than the other, you and your surgeon can make a decision on how to improve the symmetry (eg. one-sided breast lift, etc.). Good luck with your recovery!
Thank you for your question and pictures. I actually think that the "bottomed out" breast looks better that the left one, Wait a few months for full healing to see how things balance out. The you can make a decision as to which breast will be the best look.
It is common for the implant to drop after removal of capsular contracture. Hard to say if it will tighten again. Wait 4-6 months to see. If it does not tighten may need to release the higher breast.
From the photographs you have provided, it does not look bottomed out to me. Because it's so soon after surgery there still can be some swelling weighing this implant and breast down more than the other. I would wait a few months before you can really judge the success of this procedure. Follow up with your chosen plastic surgeons recommended. Good luck.
The best advice I can give you now is to wait 3-6 months and then re-evaluate. I am not sure what procedure was performed so you have to rely on the experience of your surgeon.
Nana Mizuguchi, MD