Questions of Abnormality After Surgery
Contour Abnormalities: Although the doctor will make every effort to give you a “perfect” result, the area of excess tissue removal may end up with a contour that is slightly too high or too low. You may feel the “edge” around the areolar dissection. Massage and time (4-6 months) usually eliminates or reduces this problem, if it occurs.
Recurrence of Breast Enlargement: This is uncommon, but can occur. If this happens, you may require further surgery later.
Harness Within Breasts: Postoperative scarring within the breast tissue may cause areas of hardness. Occasionally, areas of hardness, when discovered later may cause worries about cancer. Mammography or even biopsy is occasionally indicated.Any of these potential issues leading to the tissue abnormalities about which you are concerned could be handled with a revision procedure, but it is never completely possible to predict "perfection." As with all cosmetic surgery, results will be rewarding if expectations are realistic. With any surgical procedure, there are some risks which your doctor will discuss with you during your consultation.
Unfortunately, you have a significant amount of scarring and your surgeon took out too much in one area and not enough in another area.You need a revision by a experienced Plastic Surgeon in your area..
Thank you for the photos and you should see a plastic surgeon expert in Gino surgery in your area and be evaluated as your result can clearly be improved