Most of us are familiar with the unsightly “unibrow”, but “uniboob” would certainly raise a few brows. Yes, it was a calamitous plastic surgery blunder for 40-year-old Dinora Rodriguez of Los Angeles. She was aware of the risks of plastic surgery, but coming out of surgery with a merged boob instead of two more voluminous breasts is unimaginable. It is every woman’s worst nightmare!
So, what really happened?
Visually speaking, her two breasts are connected in the middle now because of the botched plastic surgery. Dinora went to a non-certified plastic surgeon, which was not the wisest decision, to have her existing but leaky implants replaced. In short, this was supposed to be an upgrade, or a fix at the very least.
Dinora Rodrigues shared: “My breasts looked really bad. It looked like I had one big breast instead of two. And the pain was terrible.”
Basically the doctor managed to cut across two separate “pockets” that are supposed to hold each of the breast tissues in place. The end result; the two implants could come together and touch each other, as there was no wall seperating them. Nerves and muscles were cut through in the process, leaving Dinora with immense pain in her ribs.
To make matters worse, the plastic surgeon attempted to fix a scar near Dinora’s eyes without asking her permission, and left her with yet another problem. She is now unable to shut her eyes properly.
How is Dinora moving forward?
This is a pricey and painful lesson for Dinora: “It was a terrible experience waking up from surgery and seeing that this had happened. I did not know to check my doctor’s qualifications and I regret it.”
Moving on, Dinora had the botched plastic surgery “uniboob” deal corrected by a board-certified reconstructive surgeon. Dinora’s botched plastic surgery victim case has triggered the launch of a safety campaign to create an awareness of the importance of knowing who is holding the knife during the plastic surgery procedure.
So ladies listen; heads up and chest out. Don’t be shy, stand tall and ask your prospective plastic surgeon for his or her qualifications. Your physique and life is at stake so be very certain of the risks involved before going under the knife for any kind of cosmetic treatment– all for vanity’s sake.