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Can an open wound post breast lift be fixed??


4 weeks post op. I went with 800cc uhp silicone gel and lift. They took the tape off and I rejected the stitches and I have an open wound. What should I do??

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drgrossman


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October 14, 2016 12:50 PM

Let the operating surgeon take care of it. (more)
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