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How Will Lopsided Breasts Look Like Long-term After Correction?
During my breast augmentation consultation, my doctor suggested a breast lift on one side to help correct my lack of symmetry. My left breast is larger than my right breast by 200cc and my right breast has a tubular deformity. My doctor also suggested a small implant on my larger side and a large implant on my right side. I'm concerned about how my breasts will look in the future. Will my larger side still continue to sag more over time than my right side, even with a lift?
Lopsided or Tubular Breasts Often Require Lift On One Side and Implant On Both
Long Term Effects of Breast Asymmetry Correction
Breast implant and breast lift symmetry
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Tuberous breast asymmetry
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Breasts should always look better after augmentation.
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Long term results after breast asymmetry procedures
Correcting Breast Asymmetry
Patients are very happy following breast asymmetry correction
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