Breast implant sitting too high? (Photo)
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Breast implant sitting too high
It may be as simple and your right side settling faster than your left. Unless something drastic is happening, I advise all patients to wait out 6 months before getting too anxious about final results. The massage will help, and an implant stabiliser band may also help.
Dr Gavin Sandercie
Breast implant too high?
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Implant too high??
I would discuss this with the surgeon who performed the procedure to ease yuor concerns.
It is too early to comment on the final result though, and time will tell. It is likley the implant will descend to some degree and the result be what you are looking for.
All the best
Too early to tell
Breast implant sitting too high?
Breast implant settling over time
Thanks for posting your question. I am happy to try and help you. It is important to remember that a board certified plastic surgeon will be your best resource when it comes to an accurate assessment of your situation, and concerns.
Having said that, it is way too early to make any decisions about how your breast will look. It takes weeks to months to see what is happening. Also the PS technique will also influence how quickly they settle, as well as the size of implants, your natural tissue quality and characteristics. As they settle, your breast mounds will dramatically change. Then after they have settled you may always go larger if you like.
Dr. Michael J. Brown
Northern Virginia Plastic Surgeon
Implant too high
All the best,
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