I was a saggy A cup, just had surgery and I'm not happy with the shape. Will I have a better shape when they heal? (photos)
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I was a saggy A cup, just had surgery and I'm not happy with the shape. Will I have a better shape when they heal?
Fresh breast augmentation post-op
Shape will improve
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Beast Shape Immediate After Surgery
For a standard breast augmentation I tell all of my patients, at their consultation, that it takes about 3 months for the breasts to settle. I even tell them that they won't remember me telling them this and that at their first postoperative visit they will ask me if "this is how they're going to look?" They all ask the question.
Patience, Patience, Patience. If you're concerned about the look after 6 months then you can discuss it further with your surgeon. Until then there is no point. It takes time for the breast tissue to stretch and thin over the implant. You should be looking great by the fall.
Dr Rodger Shortt
Oakville Plastic Surgeon
Breast shaped after surgery
Please take care of yourself, follow up with your doctor, and be patient. The shape of the implant will continue to improve.
Three to Four Months After Breast Augmentation
Change with time
Breast swelling after surgery
Concers about Implants Post op
Healing takes more time than people expect and it can be discouraging.
- You are still swollen and things take time to heal. Usually it takes up to three months for the implants to settle down. As the swelling goes away, the implant softens and looks more natural.
- You will need at least six months to see your final result.
- If you have serious concerns, it is important to see your plastic surgeon because she/he knows exactly what was done for you.
If you have lost faith in your surgeon, consider a second opinion with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.Go to the American Society of Plastic Surgeon's website to find qualified surgeons near you.Hope this helps. Best Wishes.
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