Why do my breast implants go to the side?

Why do my breast implants go to the side?

Why do my breast implants go to the side?

A brief word about tissue stretch. In most cases, the problem of the implant moving too far to the side is due to excessive tissue stretch rather than errors in the creation of the implant pocket. The more compromised the breast tissue, the greater the likelihood that this problem will occur.

Is it normal for implants to be uneven?

Your Initial Breast Augmentation Results are Asymmetrical. Your breasts may appear to be different in size if the bones of your chest wall are uneven from side to side. This may be a result of implants that are too large or it may occur spontaneously and is not necessarily result of surgeon error.

Why is one of my implants bigger than the other?

It’s also not uncommon for one breast to look slightly larger than the other right after breast augmentation. There are a couple reasons for this. First, both breasts aren’t necessarily going to heal at the exact same rate, so it could take a little longer for one side to drop and fluff.

What do you do if one breast implant is higher than the other?

Your surgeon may recommend massaging (breast implant displacement) or even wearing a strap to help push a high breast implant in to the pocket. ONLY do either of these things though if your surgeon recommends it. Your surgeon’s guidance is key, otherwise you risk damaging your breast pocket.

What year did gummy bear implants come out?

Introduced in the mid-2000s , gummy bear, also known as highly cohesive gel, breast implants are the result of an evolved product that’s technically been around for more than a century. You may be a good candidate for this surgery if you want more volume in your breasts without the extreme shape of other implants.

What causes implant to bottom out?

This condition occurs when the skin and underlying tissue are unable to hold the breast implant in place. If there is no adequate support, the implant falls down below the crease. Bottoming out usually happens to women with little natural tissue and skin coverage.