Breast implants not bottoming out
Thank you for your question and photograph. Your initial result looks quite good and I did not see evidence of bottoming out. The nipple asymmetry is consistent with what she had preoperatively.
Nipple asymmetry bottoming out
you have a nice early postop result, your PS could not have corrected the preoperative nipple asymmetry without addtional scars; so all in all a good result
hope this helps
The degree of asymmetry from the preoperative photo compares to that post-operatively..You have a very nice early result.
You will still change alot, you are only 3.5 weeks out. There is a pre op difference. This should get better as your implants settle.
Breast augmentation results
Your results look very nice at this point. You will notice that implants augment the differences as well. Good luck and enjoy.
Asymmetry with breast augmentation
Hi. If your breasts were slightly different before the operation (7 out of 8 people have differences, so this is normal), then they are likely to be slightly different afterwards. Your breasts will change for at least 3 months after the operation
(sometimes up to 12 months), and your implants are likely to down a little over
this time and your breasts change shape. Try to be patient at this stage and
wait until all the postoperative changes have finished before assessing things.
I feel that you have achieved an excellent result and, certainly, pre-existing asymmetry will be magnified when an implant is placed for augmentation.
Nice result so far
You had many asymmetrical issues prep and these will always be magnified by breast augmentation. Your surgeon has done a nice job for you considering!
Breast asymmetry advice
hi and thanks for your question and pre/post op photos. Your current results are perfectly acceptable at only 3-4weeks post surgery. Pls be patient ad wit for your review with your PS. Good Luck
Congratulations on a great result!
I think this is a fantastic result and one that you should be very proud of. Preoperatively, the distance from your left nipple to the midline is longer than the distance from your right nipple to the midline. When your surgeon put your breast implants in, he augmented your breast size. He also augmented any asymmetry that you naturally have.
I agree with the other surgeon who said you are not bottoming out. I think you have a fantastic result and I congratulate you and your plastic surgeon on a fantastic job!