Firstly, I want to thank you. I had my double mastectomy and reconstruction done by you last year at your centre and the whole experience was smooth and sweet! (Made all the sweeter in contrast to the gruelling year of cancer treatment I'd just been through.) I never would have guessed that I could have gone through something so huge and life changing without any trauma. But thanks to your skill and your great team, I did. So thank you!
Currently, I'm deciding whether or not I should pursue any revisions and I would love to get your opinion.
My hips (donor site) are still a little concave 10 months post stage 2 surgery. I understand that a second "lift" surgery would be in order.
I'm curious to know, in your experience can a second lift make a significant difference to the shape of the area, or do you generally get more subtle results? (Hard question to answer, I guess, but I'm just looking for a general idea.)
And also, is fat grafting to the surgically altered hip area a possibility? Either now - or do you see it becoming one down the road as technology advances? (I'm wondering whether this might be another way to go.)
Thanks again for all you've done, and thanks in advance for any input you could offer.
All the best!