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How to Know That You Need Symmastia Correction

There are many factors that indicate that you need to undergo a symmastia correction surgery procedure. The post-breast augmentation surgery condition is rare.

It involves the positioning of one or both breast implants being placed extra close to the midline that lies above your breast bone. Actual symmatia happens when the breast implant really crosses the midline, upsetting the sternum skin’s natural attachment and producing the ‘uniboob’ breast appearance.

Symmastia Correction: Going Deeper

Even though symmastia is sometimes a congenital condition, it is customarily the resultant outcome of a breast augmentation surgery procedure. The condition sometimes develops when in attempting to boost a patient’s cleavage the breast implant bucket gets over dissected. The probability of implants shifting in the direction of the sternum in the middle of the chest is also increased by, the aggressive cutting or release of the muscle of the chest which is connected to the sternum.

Swellings that occur after surgery operations make it uneasy to detect whether indicators of symmastia are present in a patient. Consequently, patients are always advised to let the breast settle and the swelling decrease before pursuing revision surgery. Even though post-operative swelling is no cause for alarm, it should not look and feel like the skin has been lifted off and away from your sternum. If this is the case and your surgeon feels there is no cause for alarm, then it is high time you seek for the opinion of another surgeon.

If you have concerns that you might be displaying some symmastia signs and symptoms, then your foremost means of returning your mind to peaceful rest is by scheduling an evaluation visit with a cosmetic plastic surgeon. The professional should not be just any cosmetic plastic surgeon. He should be a qualified and experienced symmastia fixing specialist. Such specialists are bonded, insured and certified. They have extensive experience when it comes to correcting post-operation symmastia. Such a specialist will also help you in identifying if you really have actual symmastia or not. He will also offer advice on specific treatment options that are available to you which might help you in correcting your particular condition.

The Signs to Look Out For

There are many signs that indicate that a patient might be showing early symptoms of symmastia. These signs vary from one person to the other depending on particular circumstances. Some of the foremost and usual signs that show you might be developing the condition after a breast implant surgery procedure include;

  • Swelling in your chest midline.
  • ‘Tenting’ or lifting of skin just at your sternum.
  • Outwards pointing nipples.
  • Having mild discomfort in your midline irrespective of whether it is accompanied by rippling or not.

Using extra large breast implants in a thin patient sometimes leads to the development of symmastia too. Large breast implants need equally larger implant buckets. Thin patients are likely not to have enough room in the chest to accommodate the buckets which go on to accommodate the large breast implants. The extra large buckets eventually weaken your medial area leading to a lift away of the tissue that is above the sternum. Firstly, thinner individuals normally possess less fat or tissue in the midline for starters. This puts them in a more susceptible position for developing post-operative symmastia.

Rightly positioned large implants don’t cause the condition. This means inexperienced cosmetic plastic surgeons are among the foremost causes of the condition. A surgeon who lacks proper professional training is more probable to tear or cut midline connective tissue in the process of generating a pocket for an extra large implant.

If you find yourself exhibiting any of these signs or symptoms, then you should know that you need a symmastia correction surgery procedure.

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