My breast look uneven after a lift looks. How can this be corrected? (photos)
Doctor Answers 9
Sorry to her that you are feeling "defeated and more self conscious."
You seem to have a good result from breast lift.
However, everyone has some degree of asymmetry. I don't know how much asymmetry you had prior to your surgery. If the asymmetry bothers you, you can have revision to further correct the difference.
Please wait couple more months prior to revision.
Discuss with your plastic surgeon about your concern.
Breast Asymmetry post Breast Lift
Breast lift asymmetry
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Not happy with lift
a)fill up your upper pole
b)give you better cleavage
c)improve any asymmetry
d)hide your incision lines centrally
Please make a consultation to discuss your specifics.
See your surgeon to evaluate
Maybe a small revision to better place your incision would help
Breast Lift without Implants
If you don't get the answers you like then I would consult with a board certified plastic surgeon that has experience in breast revision surgery. I understand that you likely opted out from having implants placed initially, but one alternate at this point would be to consider placement of implants to help give you some upper pole fullness and slight bit of more volume.
Hope that helps, good luck.
Unhappy Breast Lift Result
I am sorry you are not happy with your result. I do see one breast has an inframammary scar and no creasing, and the other I can't see the inframammary scar and a persistent inframammary crease. Unfortunately, photos can be deceiving, so an examination would be required to fully assess your breasts.
Given what I can see, you may need more skin removed from the inframammary area to tighten up the one breast. Discuss this with your surgeon. If he doesn't give you satisfaction, get some second opinions.
Best of luck!
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