Thank you for your question and picture! I would have a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon just to see what the problem is exactly. Best of luck!Dr Dhaval PatelDouble Board CertifiedPlastic SurgeonChicago Hoffman EstatesOak Brook
Thanks for the picture. It's not like that you have I had an enlargement of me a pocket on your right side. There may be some concern about the integrity of the implant as well. I would visit with a board-certified plastic surgeon for in an evaluation.
It looks like you have bottoming out and need to correct the pocket with a capsulorrhaphy. Best of luck with your decision to move forward.
Yes your right implant has dropped and would benefit from tightening of the capsule to push the implant back up. It would be ideal to exchange the implants after all this time, but if money is a concern, just the tightening procedure can be performed.
You seem to be bottoming out on the left. This makes your breast a little lower, the pocket a little bigger, implant not perfectly behind nipple, and the implant less covered by muscle so more noticable. There is not much you can change on your own, see your plastic surgeon for options. Good luck.
There is asymmetry of the creases. This may have been a pre-existing problem that was not corrected or there could be some bottoming out on the opposite side. If you are experiencing pain it could be a capsular contracture. Best to contact your plastic surgeon for an examination.
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