Here's my third question for my upcoming revision for bottoming out:|
It is my understanding that in the bottomed-out breast there is too much skin below the NAC. This skin will be removed.
My PS said that he will move the NAC up during the revision. This puzzles me. I tought the NAC position is determined relative to the mammary fold (which does not move). I am happy with my NAC position, just not with the amount of skin BELOW it. So, why does the whole thing have to be moved? Can he not just open the underside?
As always, thank you for your response.
I need a change of scenery - especially when looking south.