Why do my implants look lopsided? Do I have snoopy deformity or capsulare contracture? (photos)
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You're not ruined
You appear to have both, which is common. Capsular contracture can cause snoopy deformity when the breast ptosis/nipple position is not ideal prior to augmentation. You will need a revision surgery to remove the entire capsule and implant in one piece. This should only be performed through an inframammary incision to minimize recontamination of the new implant.
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Why do my implants look lopsided? Do I have snoopy deformity or capsulare contracture?
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