I don't believe that your photos are displaying as intended. It won't be possible without more information and an exam to determine what your issues and needs are. I recommend that you continue to follow up in person with your Plastic Surgeon and let them advise you.
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Thank you for the question and photo. It is difficult to comment on your question from the photos provided. It is best to discuss this with your board certified plastic surgeon. One of the recommendations to reduce capsular contracture to perform implant massage. Good luck.
Hello,You do not have highly cohesive implants (gummy bears), just style 20 or 45. As for your issues, your photos were not sufficient. It is probably best if you visit a few ABPS certified/ASAPS member surgeons expert in revision breast surgery for a second opinion. BTW, you can stop the Singulair and the massage. Neither prevent or treat capsular contracture. Best of luck.