I just had a breast lift 3 weeks ago, but my left breast has a deep crease now leaving a strange sack shape underneath it. My surgeon said it's caused by normal swelling and stitches that are going to dissolve, so the shape will look normal in a few weeks, but I'm no so sure. Will I have to get a revision surgery to achieve a natural shape? Or can this go away naturally like he said?
Not sure what was done intraoperatively, however if it looked good SITTING UP on the OR table it should settle back to what was created surgically.
Depending on technique used breasts can certainly go through awkward healing stages in the LOWER POLE mostly.
Doing anything now is counterproductive
Give it 2-4 months and see if progress is evident
Need to know the exact procedure done. My PERSONAL OPINION is to stabilize the infra-mammary crease first. Possibly the breast tissue will drop down (Settle) and you will get a fair to good results. This will take 6-12 months. After that if there is no improvement then you need a revision.
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The pre op pictures show a mild ptosis and small mammary gland besides an asymmetry in size. It is very importan to know the desired result you were looking for in order to plan the appropriate procedure
You got a vertical mastopexy wich alway reduce the lower pole of breast. Some creases dissolve or get better after 6 to 8 weeks of the procedure but what I see is also an asymmetry in size and shape what will problably need a secondary procedure in future
3 weeks is way to early to determine fine results. I would wait 6 months and reassess
Although your immediate, and very early result may not be the most appealing, it is just that right now...a very early result. Vertical breast lifts require a significant period of time for "settling" if you will. There will be many changes to your breasts over 6 months. You have chosen a surgeon, hopefully American Board of Plastic Surgery certified, to operate on your breasts based on his credentials and a trust you developed in him. Why would you not continue to have that trust? Listen to your surgeon. Healing will take at least 6 months. If at that time things have not evened out you might consider a minor revision surgery. Good luck!
It is way too early to start worrying about it. It will get better with a little time. Follow your surgeon's advice