Will my left breast eventually look as nice as my right breast? (Photos)
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Will my left breast eventually look as nice as my right breast?
Thank you for your question. You are going to see the difference just after the procedure. However it is necessary to wait for some time in order to see the final result. After the breast augmentation operation the recovery period depends on your physical status, age, general health and condition mainly. The operation itself does not take too long therefore you receive a mild anesthesia. Since the anesthesia that you receive is mild; you will not have problems associated with anesthetic agents after the operation. This is especially important and can be achieved with only a team of plastic surgeons like we have. After the operation you will be advised to wear a corset in order to reduce the edema. You can start to do your daily activities just after the operations but we do not advise you heavy lifting, running or activities that require excess physical activity. The more you rest, the faster your recovery will be.
Harvard Educated, Beverly Hills & Miami Beach Trained, Double-Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Breast Implants/Breast Augmentation/Anatomic Gummy Bear Implants/ Silicone Implants/Breast Implant Revision Surgery
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Early postoperative results are NOT the final result for breast augmentation, or anything else for that matter
The results that you are currently appreciating are not your final results by far. Too many patients return in the early postoperative period questioning their results, despite being told before surgery that the full final results can take up to 6 months and sometimes even longer. Relax, be patient and trust your doctor. Good luck!
Will they look the same?
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