I have uneven breasts after a breast augmentation revision. I am two years post op. What can be done to fix it? (Photos)
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Uneven breasts after a breast augmentation revision.
Based on the photos alone your results actually look quite good. Perhaps it is best to leave things as they are as no two breasts are exactly alike.
I have uneven breasts after a breast augmentation revision.
I must be missing something in the photos as the results look perfectly fine. Of course there are minor differences in all breast pairs with or without surgery. That is considered the "normal" in humans.
Leave well enough alone
Based on the photographs submitted, you have a nice natural result. It is IMPOSSIBLE to have 2 breasts exactly alike, despite multiple procedures. Think of breasts like sisters, not twins! I would leave well enough alone, every time you have a procedure increases scarring and the risk of a major complication.
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Uneven Breasts After a Breast Augmentation
Asymmetry following a breast augmentation is not at all uncommon as each breast heals at a different pace than one another. One breast may swell more, feel more uncomfortable, or have a different initial shape. After complete #healing, they will be more similar and natural.
#Healing will continue for 2-3 months following your #Augmentation #Mastopexy procedure. There may be some swelling, bruising, malposition, color differences. Sensation will be abnormal. Scars will also be changing.
But, it can be up to one year see your final result. Your doctor may require you to move or massage the implants within the breast pockets during the #postoperative period. (#Textured implants do not require breast massage.)
You must have patience, but if there are any causes of concern, ask questions of the doctor or the nursing staff.
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