(22-08-2016, 05:14 PM)Happyme Wrote: Daisy.
Did I miss the pics?
Hey Bobbi sorry, I had posted my pics then realized I didn't link them so I couldn't go back and delete the attachments if I wanted so I edited my post & deleted the pics then realized I had already deleted them from my phone
it sucks bc I had them at the same angle, lighting etc but I have another before pic I can use and I will post some. I have been busy & stressed bc I have a family member who is gravely ill so I haven't really had a chance to post on here
(07-09-2016, 08:14 AM)everraz Wrote: Hey Daisy,
It's great to hear that you are doing good. I'm looking forward to seeing your pics. One of my friends is considering breast implant surgery from cosmedical rejuvenation clinic in Toronto ( http://www.cosmedical.ca/ ). She is dying to undergo the procedure and has scheduled for her initial appointment on 28th of this month. I think I can support her by showing your experience and pics.
How long does it take to subside swelling and bruising? I think the complete result can be seen only after that. Is there anythings else that one should look before going for the procedure?
Hey as I said above I made a mistake deleting my pics but I will try and post some soon also realself.com is a great site with pics & information. My surgeon is very skilled & has a lot of experience, he is a boob expert (hah) I had almost zero bruising and swelling. Also, I had almost no pain at all, just some soreness. If there is a lot of swelling & bruising I think it takes a couple weeks to a month or so for it to diminish. I'm three weeks post op and I can't believe how natural they look and soft they feel. I also had a lot of breast tissue before surgery though so I got smaller implants. If you go under the muscle like I did they do feel firm right after surgery but with time the muscle will relax. They also give muscle relaxers to help with that & the soreness. I also got silicone implants and they are much softer than saline. I've seen a lot of women that had what they call "frankenboob" right after surgery where their breasts are super high up or high up and kinda far apart then they "drop & fluff" which makes them look natural. Mine didn't look like that at all after surgery bc that is more common with women who have little tissue before surgery & get larger implants. I've read the drop & fluff effect can take weeks to a couple months to even a year so warn her about that!
Here's pics of women who had the drop & fluff effect as they call it, I googled drop and fluff breast implants & found them
Again, that effect is more common with women who had little tissue starting out and I think because I had a lot of tissue before surgery I didn't experience that. But it is something you should warn your friend about because she might be unhappy with the initial appearance of her boobs after surgery and they will change a lot and become more natural looking & softer with time