They don't look like a C cup. I choose a board certified surgeon. I did breast augmentation transaxillary incision. I told my surgeon that I want them as big as possible but not exagerated. We agreed in a C cup. However, I'm so sad because I don't know what he did. He put me 275cc and now my breast look so small. I'm so worry because I did transaxillary incision because I can't have a scar on my breast and I don't know if I have to make other surgery I will need other incision. And I paid 8,500 USD and I have no money.
Desperate. Crying, with strong headache and depression because small breast implants. TOO SMALL. (photos)
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Small breast implants. TOO SMALL
Desperate, small breast implants.
Desperate. Crying, with strong headache and depression because small breast implants. TOO SMALL.
WOW! Paying that much!! Did you not seek a few in person evaluations with other boarded PSs in MIAMI? The average fee in Miami for silicone is $5,000 - $6,000. Best to seek in person second opinion. Yes 275 cc to small you needed 350 cc +. Sorry
Wait for some time
Too small after breast augmentation…
In other words, it is much too early to evaluate the outcome of the procedure performed; your breasts will undoubtedly change over the course of the next several weeks/months. The vast majority of patients with your concerns at your stage in the recovery process, turn out to be much happier two to three months after the procedure was performed.
For example, many of my patients report that as the swelling around the breast implants (for example, in the sternal area) decreases, they feel that their breasts appear more projecting. Also, in my opinion, the "drop and fluff” phenomenon does hold some validity; as breast implants “settle”, many patients feel that their breasts actually look larger.
Although online consultants cannot predict whether or not you will be pleased with the long-term outlook, of the procedure performed, it is safe to predict that the breasts will change. Do your best to stay emotionally even keeled. I would suggest continued patience and continued close follow-up with your plastic surgeon. Best wishes for an outcome that you will be pleased with longer-term regardless of the specific cup size achieved.
Too Soon to Tell
Hello Rosaura10, I'm so sorry to hear you are going through this emotional turmoil. Every surgeon uses a different angle when working with patients to determine what size implants will give them the outcome they want. I am a fan of The Rice Test and "Wish For" photos from patients. I have no idea what was the method your surgeon used or what took place, but I can say it is too early to tell what your final outcome will be. When you say you agreed on a "C" cup, this can't be. Implants don't come in cup sizes and your surgeon would have to at the least reviewed the range of sizes (in cc's) he would use to achieve the outcome you wanted. You then would have to have given him some direction other than, a "C" cup. This is arbitrary and not accurate when determining implant size. What is important is how much actual volume makes you happy. What I fear here is that you asked for what you got, but what you got was not what you were expecting in your head. It happens all the time. I would recommend meeting with the doctor at your next follow up and voicing your concerns. The soonest they will likely do a revision and go larger is after 6 months. The second go-round make sure how much volume you're asking for. Forget about cup sizing. It will only lead to disappointment like we're seing now. So sorry. Be patient and let your breasts heal and change to their final shape over the next few months. You may be pleasantly surprised. Best of luck to you.
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