Double bubble or bottoming out?? Should I be worried? (photos)
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Worried about lower breast pole
Early post operative after Breast Augmentation
I would like to know what level of asymmetry you had before surgery. I would keep your PS posted on your concerns and possibly go to see him more often if this makes you feel more comfortable. Your breasts will be very different in 3 weeks and again in 3 months: will need to be patient..
Breast Augmentation Outcome
It doesn't look like dropout, but your implant is a little wider than your right breast. Keep them supported in a bra for a long time! Glad to see you and your surgeon chose inframammary incisions! Smart.
Best of luck!
Breat Augmentation, Breast Implants
It can take many months to see the final results of surgery. Swelling, soreness, skin repositioning, implant settling must resolve completely before you can make that determination. Once the swelling around the implants has also resolved you can see the final result. Patients often report that they are happier with the implants' shape their cleavage and projection once these changes occur.
I would suggest continued patience and continued close follow-up with your plastic surgeon.
Best wishes or an outcome that you will be pleased with long-term.
3 weeks post breast augmentation
It does not look like you have a double bubble or that your breasts are bottoming out.
Your breasts will change as they settle, try not to worry.
If you have any major concerns at all please contact your surgeon.
Concerned if "bottoming out" 3 weeks post op from a breast augmentation
Thank you for your attached images.
I do not see any evidence of "bottoming out", or a double bubble.
You appear to be in the early healing phase of a breast augmentation.
You also appear quite even, and with good overalI healing.
I recommend that you see your surgeon for confirmation.
Sergio Pasquale Maggi, MD, FACS
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