Your implants look very normal for a week out. They still have a tight appearance as the implants are being compressed by your tight skin. They will look even better in a few months. Because you have textured implants, they are less likely to settle excessively. What will happen over time is that the skin will relax and expand, allowing a fuller, rounder look at the bottom, center, and side of the breasts. The upper fullness will blend out a little, but that is a good thing as it will give you a more natural look in the upper chest while retaining the general fullness and roundness. My guess is you will be happier with your appearance as each week goes by. As I like to say, "it's the gift that keeps on giving"!
textured implants do theoretically bottom out less- as the others have said, your breast (skin, fat, muscle) will change a bit as it accommodates to your implant which will only make your breasts look better in my opinion. You look as you should at this juncture and are on target for a very nice result. Congrats!
Implant position with healing
Your implants will change shape as you heal. Your implants seem to be going through a normal healing process. Implants don't really move with healing, but they do certainly change shape and look different over time. The appearance is quite stable after about three months.
Do Sientra textured round implants drop or maintain the same position?
Thank you for sharing your question and photographs and congratulations on your breast augmentation. The "dropping" phenomenon occurs once the swelling in your breast skin, tissues, and muscle that develops after surgery resolves. This swelling is compressing your implant, flattening it and maintaining more of the volume in the upper portion of your breast. As your healing matures you will see some redistribution to the lower portion of your breast, stretching the tissues and rounding out the skin to create a natural breast mound. Hope this helps.
Do Sientra Textured Round Implants drop, or do they remain in the same position/or close to immediately after surgery?
Congratulations on having undergone the breast augmentation procedure. Your plastic surgeon will be best resource when it comes to accurate assessment, advice, and/or meaningful reassurance. There are many variables when it comes to how much breast implants will "settle"; the main variable in my opinion will be exactly how/where the breast implant pocket was dissected. Again, for this reason, your plastic surgeon will be your best resource.
Best wishes for an outcome that you will be very pleased with.