That's a doozy of a question (I can say things like doozy because I'm a dad).
Revision surgery is about the most challenging kind of breast surgery and each case is dramatically different than most others. Generally speaking, the dropping and fluffing part is more significant in the first operation than in revision operations, but it really depends on the person, the surgery, the tools used (like Strattice, which doesn't lead to as much dropping) and the body's reaction to surgery.
Post-op questions are always a bit challenging via the internet. I bet your surgeon can give you a more personalized answer than I can.
I wish I could be more helpful but I really appreciate your being a part of Bustmob,