Lowering the crease, should I be worried? (photos)
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Need breast lift
All the best,
I would be very concerned about getting a transaxillary breast augmentation alone. You are at high risk for a double bubble or snoopy deformity.
A breast lift with implants may be a better option for you.
To be sure, see two or more experienced, board-certified Plastic Surgeons in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have breast lift with implants surgery.
I hope this helps.
Lowering the breast crease, should I be worried?
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Surgeon is lowering crease for ikmplants
- I think your surgeon wants to lower your crease because your breast is so low on your chest that an implant will not look right.
- You appear to need a breast lift - the stretch marks showing on the side of your breast show the breast skin has lost elasticity.
- You should get a second opinion before proceeding with surgery - and you truly must do so if he is not a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. It does not sound like the ideal plan for you.
- Always see a Board
Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes.
Lowering your crease is a mistake in my opinion
Lower the Crease for Breast Augmentation?
- You would benefit from a breast lift along with augmentation. In fact, I would not perform a breast augmentation for you without a lift because the results from a breast augmentation alone would not be very pleasing to you. You have a lot of glandular ptosis.
- Your infra-mammary fold/crease does not need to be adjusted at all. It should be left alone.
- And, I commonly lower the crease in patients when it is indicated such as those women who have a constricted lower pole (which you certainly do not).
- Please get a second opinion from a board certified plastic surgeon.
- Thanks for sharing!
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