Concerned re implant position at 2 weeks
The photos don't show that there is a problem. You are still swollen and what you are seeing should subside but you should see your plastic surgeon. Point out the problem, discuss the cause and what to expect. Best wishes.
Too early to diagnosis double bubble after breast augmentation
Based on your photographs I do not see clear evidence of a double bubble. There is retraction of the inframammary crease but it seems to be below the bulk of your implant. I strongly suggest that you see your plastic surgeon for an exam and diagnosis.
Double Bubble Concern
Thank you for your question and photos. It is too early to tell if this will be a long term issue. Wear your support as recommended and keep the lines of communication open with your surgeon. Share your concerns. Best wishes on your recovery.
Should I be concerned about a ridge at the crease of my breast 2 weeks post-op? Is there is a risk of double bubble?
Again very hard to diagnose via the internet. I think you could be doubling but not sure. Recommend IN PERSON second opinions...
Breast shape after a breast augmentation
At this point I would wear your bra as directed by your plastic surgeon. I do not see any evidence that you have a double bubble deformity and from the shape of your breasts you should not develop this problem. It does appear that you have some degree of breast sagging that was not corrected with a breast lift, but overall your shape looks acceptable.
Too early post surgery
Your pictures show implants high and low nipple position. It may improve next few weeks. I would recommend that you see your surgeon and consider apply breast strap to try to lower the implants. Your before picture would have been helpful.
Breast Implant Position
It is too early to determine whether or not you will have a problem. It may take your breast at least 3 months to reach their final shape. Don't consider any revision before that time.
Too early to be concerned about the appearance of the breast two weeks post augmentation.
From the photographs provided I don't see anything at the moment it is troubling. There is definite postoperative swelling that should improve as the weeks pass.