You need to determine which breast you like better in terms of size.If you are against the idea of implants then the best option is a small reduction with a lift on he larger left Breast will give you move symmetry
Breast asymmetry options
Thank you for your question. Breast asymmetry is very common, particularly size asymmetry. If you are looking to decrease the asymmetry from one breast to another, then you have several options.
1) You can reduce the larger breast with liposuction
2) You can enlarge the smaller one with fat grafting or an implant
3) You can enlarge both but use different size implants
I would visit with a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your options in more detail.
Breast asymmetry options
Thank you for your question.Given your degree of asymmetry you are first
going to need to determine which breast you like better in terms of size.If you like the larger breast, you will need
an implant in the right breast to better match the left.If you are against the idea of implants, then
this option will not work for you.If
you like the right breast better, you will need a reduction on your left to
match.If you wanted to get the
absolute best result and you were a patient of mine, I would probably recommend
operating on both of your breasts because of the asymmetry of your nipple
position as well as the breast size/ shape.I would perform a lift/reduction on the left to get your nipple into a
better position and decrease the size a little bit.We would also perform a mastopexy (lift)
augmentation on the right to increase the size to match the left and correct
the nipple position.The good news is
you have several options and it depends on what side (size) you prefer, if the
asymmetry of your nipple position bothers you and if you are willing to use an
implant.You must also have a
consultation and be examined to determine if indeed you are a good candidate
which you do appear to be in the pictures.Good luck to you.
The photo shows an asymmetry of size, shape and nipple height. You must first decide which breast you like better, how much each of the asymmetries bother you and what incisions (scarring) you are willing to accept.
The right breast can be enlarged by implant (which you want to avoid) or fat transfer. Liposuction is done on another area of the body and the fat transferred to the right breast for enlargement. Minimal scarring. Addresses size and shape asymmetry; not nipple height asymmetry.
The left breast can be reduced.
If the breast tissue is not too firm and is amenable to liposuction then the left breast size can be reduced by liposuction. DO NOT let your surgeon transfer this to the right breast. Minimal scarring. Addresses the size asymmetry. Likely will do nothing for shape asymmetry and nipple height asymmetry although it could make one or both worse.
Left breast reduction. Scar around the areola and down the breast; however, will address all three asymmetries.
A combination of the above.
Breast reduction liposuction
If you like the size of your right breast, then you can have the left reduced (possibly with liposuction alone to reduce scarring). This would address the size asymmetry and no implant would be needed. Liposuction breast reduction will help "keep costs low".
Correction of Uneven Breasts
This is a great question as the majority of women have
breasts that are uneven from side to side.
There are several ways to approach correcting the asymmetry of your
The first decision is which breast do you like more? The breasts can be lifted and or reduced so
that they match or an implant can be used to increase the size of the smaller
Typically a combination of these procedures is done to
improve the symmetry. You are patient
that could have the larger breast lifted and reduced to match the smaller
breast and have a great result.
Breast reduction in larger breast
Unfortunately, there's no "natural" treatment that can reduce or enlarge the breasts. There are no creams, pills or lotions. The only safe and effective treatment approved by the FDA is breast augmentation, a breast lift, or breast reduction. A breast reduction can be performed to reduce the larger breast so that it can match the smaller one, if you don't want implants.
Implants are probably the best choice
Your breast shape is good, so that helps with respect to possible outcomes. You need to carefully assess the risks of surgery and the possibility of improving your situation. Adding volume in comparison to the smaller side would result in the least scarring and would probably give you the best result. The other options may involve too much scarring or may change the breast shape for the worse.
What to do about asymmetry
You have four basic options:
1. reduce the left breast - this might be able to done with liposuction to minimize scars depending on how dense your breasts are
2. fat graft the right breast for a "natural" increase in size using fat cells from somewhere else on your body
3. add an implant to the right
4. add implants to both sides using a bigger implant on the right
Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon to decide which choice is right for you.
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