Implants too high? 7 months post op. (photos)
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Thank you for your question and photos. The positioning of your implants is not likely to change at this point. it would be best to discuss the options for revision with your Plastic Surgeon in person as they know your situation the best.
Post op care after breast augmentation
Are they too high?
From the photographs you have provided, it's my opinion that the position of the implants look quite good. Here's what I would tell you if you are my patient. If you go back to try and lower the crease a half centimeter, this requires cutting some muscle and capsule usually. I find that the taller, shaped implants have a higher likelihood of bottoming out then round implants. Over time, if lowered, they may go to low. I would recommend against it. This is something you need to discuss with your plastic surgeon to see if the risk reward ratio is worth it to you. Good luck.
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