||Notes at 2 weeks:
Silicone Implants are wider in base diameter than
the saline implants used in first surgery.
The result is more cleavage and great fullness in
upper pole of breast.
At 2 weeks, the pocket revision on the left breast
is keeping the implant just about dead even in
crease fold height as my right breast.
||2 Weeks Post Op
||The feel of silicone implants compared to saline
is almost impossible to describe.
With saline, you could feel the implant like it was
a hard sac of water inside. Although my silicone
implants still look prominent at 2 weeks, they are
soft as natural breast tissue and you can squeeze
them without knowing the difference between my
own tissue and the implant tissue.
||There is still considerable swelling (especially at
2 weeks), so as you can see at following photos,
they are softer.
|3 Days Post Op
||1 Month Post Op
||Notes at one month:
All bruising is gone. Left nipple has a
little bit of droop from incision
and tape pulling it down a bit. Swelling on
left is just about gone.
They are almost perfectly even in height,
size and shape.
|1 Month Post Op
||3 Months Post Op
||Notes at 3 months:
Not a huge change but I'm settled, my
incisions are perfect and my nipples
have evened out very nicely. The tops
are softer and my slope is straight
and not humped as you could see in my
one month profile, above.
||After Revision - 7 mo.
||Notes at 7 months
I could not ask for anything more than the
result I have. Obviously, at
40 years old, women don't have breasts
this large and this perky.
For that reason, it's not detective work
to know that I have implants. But, in spite
of their size, they look and feel like the real thing.
Very very happy!