Uneven breasts 2 years post op? (Photo)
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Breast implants can move
Breast implants can move over the course of time. If they're placed under the muscle the repeated muscle action on the implant can cause it to move outwards. If someone has a dominant hand (if they're right handed for example) then the muscle on that side is usually used more than the muscle on the other side. There are a few ways of addressing this. One is to tighten the pocket on the outside and open the pocket on the inner side, and reposition the implant. Another is to change from under the muscle to over the muscle. Each method has pros and cons, though
Difficult to say
It does appear that you might have a slight asymmetry, however, it would be best evaluated in person. I would return to see your treating surgeon and see what he/she says.
May need a revision
I am sorry to hear about your discontent with your breast augmentation surgery. Without a preoperative photograph to compare to, it's hard to see exactly what's going on. Usually, small asymmetries can be magnified once implants are placed. However, it appears from the photograph, that the right breast is at a position compared to the left. A simple suturing of the side of the capsule on the right, called a capsulorraphy can make this better. Revision fees are best left up to each individual surgeon as they vary. I'm sure your plastic surgeon wants only the best result for you. Best of luck.