What happens with over dissected pockets (botched Breast Augmentation) after Breast Implant Removal? (photo)
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#Explant #BreastImplantRemoval - What happens with over dissected pockets
I'm very sorry for the problems you're having. It's hard to answer your question using one photo, but it may be advantageous for your surgeon to "sew off" some aspects of the pockets at the time of implant removal. That will depend to large extent on exactly what it looks like, what you looked like before, and on what you're willing to look like afterwards. For example, you say that you know your breasts will look deflated and wrinkled; would you consider smaller implants with the pockets adjusted? That might be a good compromise. Either way, you'll need to discuss all of these issues with your own board-certified plastic surgeon in person, and do whatever you can to make sure you're comfortable with both your surgeon and the surgical plan. I hope that this helps and good luck. Dr. Alan Engler, Member of #RealSelf500.
What happens with over dissected pockets after Breast Implant Removal?
I am sorry to hear about your concerns after breast augmentation. I would likely recommend that internal "adjustments" of the underlying capsule and tissues be carried out, at the time of breast implant removal surgery, to help improve your breast symmetry. These adjustments made along the side where your breast implant sit too low, with help reconstruct the inframammary fold area on that side, again helping to improve your symmetry.
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