Is there a fix for the asymmetry and pulling away of my right breast? (Photo)
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Is there a fix for the asymmetry and pulling away of my right breast?
Bottoming out does not have to due with the type of implant but rather the size - the heavier they are, more chance of the fold not being able to support the weight.
At this point, if your want a more natural slope, you want tear drop implants and a lift to correct the asymmetry. I would discuss this with your PS or get a second opinion from a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Breast asymmetry after augmentation
18 months postoperatively, your tissue has settled and healed and this is likely the final result. If you're unhappy, definitely go talk to your surgeon (or another surgeon if you like) to see what the options are. There are ways to fix the shape of your breasts and give you the sloped, natural appearance you're looking for. Make sure you find a surgeon who understands your goals and who you're comfortable with.
Breast is pulling away from chest
Without a preoperative photograph to compare to, it's hard to know if the asymmetry that we see in the photo now is a magnification of a prior asymmetry or something new like a seroma. In my opinion, your breasts would look better with a vertical breast lift and an implant rather than just a large implant trying to fill the space. I would go back your operating plastic surgeon and get their opinions. Good luck.