My gap is identical as pre op! 350cc. What size can I go to at least have a 2 finger gap? 120 lbs, 5'1", 6 weeks post (Photo)

Feeling unsatified with 350ccs my gap is identical as my pre op 34b bras aren't really helping get them together unless They are super padded. Feeling stressful and now having to do a second surgery to correct the issue

Doctor Answers 3

When trying to narrow the intermammary distance

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the widest implants for the volume you want must be used.  Now that you're post-op, would you like to go larger or not?  If so, a larger, wider implant would help but your nipples may lateralize a little as the majority of the implant will be medial to it.  If you don't want new implants, you can, as suggested by the others, have fat grafting to the medial poles to diminish the space.

Redding Plastic Surgeon
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Space between breast implants

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If you have a large space between your breasts, a breast augmentation will not necessarily narrow that space. Cleavage is not something that implants can create, however, a fat transfer to that area can make some very nice improvements. Discuss this with your plastic surgeon in person to determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure.

Best wishes,

William Bruno, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 412 reviews


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Some women naturally have a wide gap between their breasts which may not change after surgery. If the implants were placed behind the muscle, the gap will probably remain the same. Sometimes fat transfers can improve that area, but you must have fat available to transfer. I would suggest discussing your concerns with your surgeon.

Connie Hiers, MD
San Antonio Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 18 reviews

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