Hello! Thank you for your question and photos. Infection is always a worrisome issue following breast augmentation. Your concerns are valid and it is always recommended to bring any concern or issue to the attention of your surgeon.
Given your photos and absence of other signs and symptoms, it likely is a benign problem and believe it to be a spitting of a suture as well. However, it is always best to be evaluated in person to confirm and ease your concerns. If any new issues arise such as redness, increased pain, drainage, etc., it would be wise to call immediately and seek medical attention. Best wishes! Hope that this helps.
Your photographs does not show a significant opening and it may well be a suture spit. However if there is any increased clear fluid drains none there is risk of implant exposure. I strongly suggest that you see your plastic surgeon for an in person examination. Most likely you are fine.
Thank you very much for your
message and photograph. I think your
scar looks relatively healthy for this stage and it is located nicely in the
fold and is not obviously open. There is some redness around the
scar which suggests some inflammation and it may well be that the small hole
was a stitch coming to the surface – this is relatively common. From the pictures it does look as
if any irritation is superficial but it is very difficult to tell at this stage
without seeing you in person. I would emphasise that if you are
worried in any way schedule a consultation with your surgeon so that they can
fully analyse the area and advise you accordingly.
It is most likely a suture along the incision line. You should see your surgeon for sure to confirm that there is not an opening down to the level of the implant.
Fever, pain, drainage? Looking at the picture you provided, I don't see anything alarming, but if you are concerned or worried, it is best to see your MD in person for an evaluation. Good luck
It sounds like a stitch spit issue. You are best to follow up with your surgeon to be properly evaluated in person. Best of luck.
From the photograph I can't make a diagnosis. By four weeks most incisions are sealed. You would do best by visiting your plastic surgeon.
Impossible to tell from a posted photo. Only in person examination allows a definitive response. Have very close follow up with your surgeon....
Thank you for the photos and your question. It is hard to tell what the spot is just based on the photo. I would try and set up in person visit with your plastic surgeon. If you are concerned it is something that is best evaluated by your plastic surgeon. Good luck
Thanks for your inquiry and pictures. I am glad your plastic surgeon saw the pictures and advised, but an exam in person would be best to address your concerns