Q&A: LARGER BREAST IMPLANT TO CREATE UPPER POLE FULLNESS AND CLEAVAGE?

The doctor said that my tissue and skin are the culprits, not able to hold the implants up. I am 128 lbs. 5’4 and before surgery between B and C cup.

 

DR. POUSTI: Upper Pole Fullness with Breasts Implants?

Thank you for the question. It sounds like you made benefit from additional support in the lower poles of the breasts to allow for implants to remain in good position and achieve the upper pole fullness that you are looking for. This procedure involves permanent sutures along the lower poles of the breasts (inferior capsulorraphy) that serve to support the breast implant positioning and help prevent recurrent downward movement of the implants.

It would be in your best interest to seek consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon experienced In revisionary breast surgery.

Hope this helps.

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