I have to say I am pretty happy with the results so far. They are closer together, though I worry about whether they'll drift apart If I don't keep them strapped. He said I didn't need to wear anything special, just a comfy soft bra, but after just one night of that I felt like they were drifting to the sides. So we'll see....
I also didn't know until the bandages came off that he didn't reopen the entire scar! He only needed to open the area of the scar that goes under the nipple and out to the side, so the portion of the scars on each side that go in to the center of my chest remained closed and so are still fairly nicely healed. You'll see in the picture they're hardly noticiable (atleast compared to all the other gore going on there).
He said the bruising and discoloration is normal (especially considering my haircolor - and he called me a red head, I'm not sure if thats some kind of joke or not, but I didn't take it as one), and the swelling is normal as well. He seemed a little concerned about some of the redness, but then we discussed that I did get a little red with just the stretching, so he figures the redness is from the swelling and putting in a bigger implant, and he's not thinking anything looks infected, so I'm to watch them like a hawk to keep an eye out for infection and I'm on antibiotics this time, so we're being extra safe. But so far it all looks good.
The other thing I didn't know, was that we didn't end up with any of the implants I thought we were talking about. I thought we were going to go with smooth implants, but when I got my info cards on them it turns out they are textured.