Is it normal for my breast to be this noticeably different in sizes? (Photo)
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Is it normal for my breast to be this noticeably different in sizes
Mommy Makeover /Breast Augmentation/Breast Implants/Anatomic Gummy Bear Implants/Tummy Tuck/Liposuction/BBL
4 weeks is still fairly early after your #mommymakeover surgery. You are still experiencing #swelling and will continue to experience swelling for the next few weeks during the #healing process. Some #asymmetry is absolutely normal as one breast may experience more swelling/fluid retention than the other. Give your results some time!That being said, if you have major concerns, reduction of one #breast to create a more #symmetrical appearance is possible.
Please contact your #boardcertified plastic surgeon to answer any more questions you might have.
Best of luck.
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I am sorry you are not happy with the results of your recent surgery. There is still residual swelling after surgery but I would recommend discussing your concerns with your surgeon.. If you are still not happy with your results I recommend seeking a second opinion. As always I recommend seeing a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Breast asymmetry after lift/reduction
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Dr. Remus Repta
Breasts asymmetric after lift + reduction
- Your breasts appear to be positioned at different levels on your chest.
- This could have been present before surgery - and you didn't notice.
- You need to point out your concern to your surgeon, review your before photos with your surgeon and discuss what is needed to achieve the look you have in mind.
- It is possible taht the appearance willl self-correct and is from swelling - but only your surgeon knows how you looked on the operating table - before swelling set in.
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