Some sort of dent?

So i got my implants in April of this year, and noticed on the inside of my breast (the cleavage) i could feel bumps, i was then told by mu consultant that its just the implant, so fine. 

But for a few days now, on the bottom of my breat i feel something i can only describe as a dent & its not the small ripples i felt from the implant in my cleavage, i also noticed you can see it slightly, its hard to catch it on camera but i triedπŸ˜…, any idea's what this might be? Will it fix itsself or has something happened? πŸ˜₯

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  • The right bottom kind of dents instead of rounding..πŸ˜₯

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  • Hmmm...trying to stump me I see!  πŸ˜‰

    Feeling the implant is normal especially in thin women without much breast tissue to disguise it.  I see the dent.  It's abnormal.  What type of implant do you have?  Silicone or saline? And the scar is up on the breast a bit too.  Is it like that on the other side?

     

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      • Samantha
      • Samantha_Louise.1
      • 2 wk ago
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      Dr. Michelle Roughton i have sillicone implants & as for the incisions, they are both higher on the breast area, my surgeon had told me the one had to be a bit higher to level out my breasts, because one was lower than the other, but didnt explain why the other was high aswell.. i wasnt expecting it. However they've dropped since surgery and the scars are becomming less & less visable, so i'm fine with it. 

      Do you have any theories what it could be? My implant has turned a little again & the "dent" is right under my breast now, so it isnt visable anymore & i feel it less, but deffinitly do still feel it.  

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      • Samantha
      • Samantha_Louise.1
      • 2 wk ago
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       Dr. Michelle Roughton now its moved and looks fine again? 

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  • Truly I am not 100% sure.  I think it may be a fold or crease of the implant. The "responsive" natrelle series still can do that--think of it like rippling.  Otherwise, I am not sure from the photos. Sometimes an inperson exam helps.  Use of the word 'consultant' makes me think you're across the pond!  If he/she wasn't worried, I wouldn't be either.  Glad it moves around, that's by definition the implant.  Good luck!!

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      • Samantha
      • Samantha_Louise.1
      • 2 wk ago
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      Dr. Michelle Roughton i live in the netherlands! Haha, i have scheduled an appointment with my surgeon on saturday just to be sure! Even though now i cant see or feel anything wrong anymore! Good to know that it moving is fine though! 

      Thank you for your input! 

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  •  I too would love some insight on this. Surgery was May 23rd 2019 for me. Isnt always there seems to come and go but would love for it to not lol, also seems to have gotten worse. I noticed little while back but was giving benefit of the doubt that maybe was just shifting into place. Not sure if is how was stitched or what it could possibly be. First pic from when first noticed and the rest are of today 8/14/19 *also pics taken today were with bra on top of breast so putting pressure down on. Dr. Michelle Roughton

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      • Mo
      • Monique_S
      • 6 days ago
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      Mo today without pressure

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      • Samantha
      • Samantha_Louise.1
      • 5 days ago
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      Mo I had gone to see my surgeon about it to be sure, but by the time my appointment came around, the "dent" had slid under my breast & was no longer visible, and could barely feel it.. though he assured me it was fine, he didnt actually tell me what it was.

      Last night after my shower I noticed it had slid back up to the same space as on my picture above. I did a little googling & found that a lot of women have this & they said after about 2/3 months it went away on its own. 

      I don't know how long its been going on for, for you & your "dent" looks somewhat more obvious than mine, so im not sure if that means it could be something else.. but some women claimed their "dents" looked like someone ironed one section of their breast & it resolved itself. 

      Long story short, i think its all part of the process, however a visit to your doctor could never hurt!   

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  • Mo You guys are always teaching me something.  I wish I had all the answers.  I think I would be better able to tell if I could touch it but I  know that left breast (or right one if it's a mirror) is NOT normal.  Not going to drop and fluff.  I believe it is either rotated (if it is an anatomic implant) or maybe it's capsular contracture with a herniation of the device.

    Questions for you:  Was this your first augmentation?  Did your surgeon use something inside the pocket to reinforce the closure?  LIke galatea mesh? Did you have any preexisting shape anomalies?

    I would be honored to see you at my office in Raleigh, NC!
    (Bustmob members get a $500 travel voucher πŸ™‚)

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