Will I need another revision? (Photo)
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So when you initially discussed your wishes and desired with your surgeon prior to undergoing the revision, there must have been some talk about increasing the site of your implant or possibly performing a lift. It appears your surgeon and you elected to upsize your implants while filling out the slightly loose skin envelope you had. IF it was your desire to get rid of the ripples but maintain the exact same breast size/shape, you and your surgeon should have likely simply swapped out your saline for a similar sized silicone of the same profile and not upsized 115cc. The implant you have in currently will drop some, but will not likely drop and look like your old breasts. This is not a matter of saline or silicone, it is a matter of volume(size) and profile of your current implants.
Postop size and shape
Thank you for your question. Final implant size and shape may not be seen for several more weeks to months. From the pictures included you still have some swelling of the breasts. The soft tissue needs to relax and the implants will then settle. If you are still unsatisfied, than a revision may be required if you are unhappy with your final shape and size but try to be patient before rendering your final verdict. Best of luck.
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