Q&A: I DON’T WANNA GO ON LIVING WITH BOOBS LIKE THIS. I FEEL LIKE DEFORMED MONSTER. WHAT SHOULD I DO

"My Dr said he will lift my implants upward on my chest wall and I asked him what about the double bubble and the flexion deformity and he said he can try to get rid of it but he tried last surgery and now I’m going in for my 3rd surgery.im really scared idk what to do.. im just afraid I’m going to go through a 3rd surgery and he’s gonna mess up again. i really wish I never went to this surgeon. I’m so stresses out."

DR. POUSTI: Best option for me: Revisionary breast surgery?

I’m sorry to hear about your concerns after 2 previous breast operations. I have outlined some options for you in a previous post. My best advice: select your plastic surgeon carefully. Make sure that he/she has significant experience achieving the types of outcomes you will be pleased with. Then, communicate your goals carefully, as discussed above. Working together you will come up with a good plan to achieve your goals. You may find the attached link (dedicated to revisionary breast surgery concerns) helpful to you as you learn more. Best wishes.

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