Slight double bubble or normal stretching and healing post lift with augmentation? (Photos)
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Breast Augmentation Questions
You do not appear to have dropout or double bubble. However, for the sake of those reading your post I would like to comment on a few things about your surgery and current result. You were not a good candidate for the smallest and weakest of all lifts, the crescent lift. This has already stretched your areola out and will continue to do so for many months; your nipples are also not in an optimal position. You had a lot of bruising, and the combination of blood and the high risk of implant contamination from a periareolar incision puts you at higher than average risk for capsular contracture. Finally, the choice of very large saline implants will cause excess tissue stretch and thinning, and you will likely have rippling where your inframammary fold was lowered.
Best of luck!
Breast implant size with lift
Bottoming out and Side Boobs Contributing Factors:
- Larger/Heavier Implants
- Implants placed above the pectoralis muscle
- Chronically not wearing a bra when upright
- Over dissection of the Implant Pocket
- Smooth Implants
- Large swings of weight including pregnancy
- Skin and soft tissue laxity, loss of elasticity
Slight double bubble or normal stretching and healing post lift with augmentation?
I have to say that you are still early on healing process, it is too soon to determine how your results are going to be, per now, they look very nice and beautiful, you can have one bigger than the other, feel swollen and also have bruises and open wounds, it is normal and that can happen Hello dear, thanks for your question and provided information as well..
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