Is it normal for the breast crease to look this different? Worried R breast may be bottoming out? Pain and lower crease. (Photo)
Doctor Answers 2
Although there is an apparent difference in the creases, this does not mean you are bottoming out, a problem that really describes the relationship between the implant and the overlying breast tissue/nipple. It is a also not an absolute phenomenon that can be objectively measured, but is more subjective in determination. Unfortunately, only a thorough examination would allow us to make a decision like that.
Based on your photos though, I don't get the feeling you are bottoming out, but instead have a difference in the amount of skin/soft tissue between your right and left breast, with your left having more. This is less of an implant issue, and more of an issue with the type of lift employed. It appears that your right breast had a better result (the side you're worried about), and the left is still somewhat saggy.
Best of luck!
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