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I had BA 2 years ago and one is significantly higher than the other. What can I do to fix this?

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I noticed this 2+ years after my surgery and love the right one (the one that dropped) but would the left one (the larger one) to drop as well. What do I do?

Breast Asymmetry
Hello. Based on your photo, it appears you may have a capsular contracture of the left breast implant. At this point, 2 years after surgery, your implants will not 'drop' more. A capsular contracture usually requires removal of the capsule and replacement of the implant. I advise you to see a board certified plastic surgeon in your area for evaluation. Good luck.

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