If the implant is high due to inadequate
release of muscle or incomplete descent or capsular contracture, maintaining
the submuscular position is reasonable. Find a plastic surgeon with who
performs hundreds of breast augmentations and breast augmentation revisions
each year. Then look at the plastic surgeon's website before and after
photo galleries to get a sense of who can deliver the results.
Totally normal swelling, great size and symmetry, you are going to love it in a few months when it settles
At 8 weeks post-op the breasts are still settling into the pocket. Give it at least 3-4 months and sometimes a bit longer.
It is not unusual for implants to b a bit high and a bit uneven at 8 weeks. Massage and time are likely to lead to a great result. Certainly looks fine and normal t this stage. Keep taking photos so you cn see a steady improvement.
Without an IN PERSON examination I see a very very excellent result. Best to continue to do downward compression on the breasts.
Thank you for your pictures. I think your implants and your outcome is very good. I would not think that a revision is your future.
There appears to be mild assymetry with the right side riding a bit higher. It however is still too early to be concerned. The settling process can take 4 to 6 months. You should discuss your concerns with your PS. There are some options to help accelerate settling such as an upper breast Velcro strap. You can place more downward pressure on the right side with gauze under this side of the strap, etc.
First and foremost you're in good
company. All patients who undergo breast implant surgery look too big,
too tight, too high, and too swollen early on.
In my own practice I tell my patients that it
will be about three weeks before they even believe that they're going to
come down, by about 12 weeks I will know and you will know you are high,but no
one else will care, and ultimately your most natural result will come
between six and 12 months after surgery.
Some patients can take longer to drop than
others depending on the size of the implant and their anatomy. For
example, it will take longer for a 500 CC implant stretch and relax the skin
and muscle than a smaller implant. A more muscular person with a sub
muscular implant will take longer for the implant to drop as well.
Share your concerns with your plastic surgeon,
who I suspect will walk you through this and confirm that your normal.
It's difficult to determine the problem with these photos. Your breasts look quite symmetrical. As for size, I don't think you need anything bigger, but it's a personal choice. You should get examined by your PS to discuss your concerns regarding symmetry.
The slight asymmetry that you refer to is visible in the pictures posted but overall it appears that you have a very nice outcome. I would suggest that you continue to exercise patience and evaluate the outcome of the procedure performed approximately 6 months after it was performed. Best wishes.