Member since 5/24/2012


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Board Certified PS but Still Had Awful Breast Lift - Scottsdale, AZ

Please, Please, Please, get three or even four opinions. And make sure your doctor is a specialist in the area you want work done on. I used a Dr. who has been on the "Top Doc" lists for years. She even did breast reconstruction. She said I needed an anchor lift for grade 2 ptosis on my right breast. That didn't matter because she didn't take the time to even double check measurements when she... READ MORE

Questions from smurfette1989

Unilateral Anchor Breast Lift Areola and Nipple Too High, Now What? (photo)

I had a unilateral anchor lift on my right breast due to stretched areola and skin under areola. I had grade 2 ptosis. Now my right areola peeks out of tops and pops out of my... READ MORE

Breast Reconstruction-But Mistake Repeated Is There Hope?

I previously had an anchor lift on my right breast in 2011where my nipple/areola ended up 3 cm too high. Forward 2 years later I had a 2 stage reconstruction with an expander,... READ MORE

When expander was removed, my right breast flexes and is painful when I move, will this go away? (Photo)

I had a breast expander placed to create skine\ to move my nipple down which was 3 cm too high. Now everytime I move my arms my entire breast flexes and it is a little painful.... READ MORE

Recent comments from smurfette1989

I wish you all of the best, Dr. William D. Leighton did my reconstruction from a botched breast lift by Patti Flint, and after 4 months of painful reconstruction with an expander on my right breast Dr. Leighton decided to cut corners,... READ COMMENT

If my breast lift would have turned out better I may feel differently about plastic surgery. However, my husband said that he preferred my saggy breast to the one I have now,so men care less than we do about little details. There is no... READ COMMENT

I had plastic surgery to "fix" a congenital drformity made worse from breastfeeding. Look at what I ended up with. I was fine the way I was, imperfect but my breast was functional and filled up my bra, but a little saggy. Now half of my... READ COMMENT

I agree with Cheystock. Surgery and the risks are just not worth it, let alone the monetary cost. Is this something you will be glad you did on your deathbed? Will it really make you like yourself or get more love, plastic surgery is... READ COMMENT

You are beautiful the way you are. No surgery is without risks, even 10 years from now. Read my story. P.S. my husband loved my saggy right breast before, most men don't care as much about sagging breasts as women do, even "breast men." READ COMMENT