5 weeks post op Donut Lift with Breast Augmentation, are your breasts still supposed to sag? (photos)
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I think the Donut lift was inadequate. You had too much sag preoperatively for a donut lift and implants. You need the vertical component in order to lift the lower pole of your breasts to a level above the fold. I recommend waiting approximately six months and consider a revision at that time. Hopefully your surgeon should recognize this and address your concerns. It appears that the donut lift was, indeed, done well, unfortunately inadequate for your case. Give your original surgeon the opportunity to correct it.
Ary Krau MD FACS
Breasts sagging after doughnut lift when full lift was needed
Post op donut lift
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