Are my breasts tubular, if so can it be corrected? (Photo)
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Thanks for submitting your picture. The answer to your first question is , no, you do not have tubular breasts. Based on the picture, your breasts appear to be in the C full C range, you have severe ptosis and the nipples are positioned too medial. The solution to your condition is a full lift ( key hole ). The procedure will raise your nipples above the submammary crease and position them more laterally in a very aesthetically pleasing fashion. You will have definitly more cleavage than you have presently. The scars will fade with time. If you want larger breasts and more cleavage you can add small to moderate size implants in the submuscular plane. Always, consult with board certified plastic surgeons and check their before and after pictures to make sure that you like the results.
Best of luck,
I believe that you do not suffer from having tubular breast and I believe an anchor incision breast lift can improve your breast dramatically and help enhance them.
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The combination of breast augmentation and breast lift will provide the best overall result. The procedures together can resize and reposition the areola, lift the breast tissue, and increase cleavage as well as overall breast size. Definitely discuss these options with several board certified plastic surgeons in your community and look at the before and after results that they provide to make your decision.
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Dr. Remus Repta
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I hope this helps.
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Meet with a board-certified plastic surgeon to confirm this assessment and discuss the best procedure for you going forward.
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