Noise-soon 8 months of asymmetric plastic surgery concerns about re-surgery due to shorter length.
Q: It’s been eight months since we’ve molded the asymmetric sagging noise sequence. The problem is that both sizes are asymmetric and the length is very short as before. The hospital said it was shortened because it got longer over time.
Is that true? I wonder when it will increase.
A: I’m not sure how much noise sequence can be increased or when it will be increased due to the wrong surgery. It is recommended that you consult the hospital where you received surgery or visit a gynecologist specializing in female conjunctivores for counseling.
Surgery to make a pretty noise net shape is called noise net molding, but the basic concept is to remove and correct stretched noise net or wrinkles. It is difficult to make shorter parts longer by re-surgery.