From your pictures you will definitely need a lift. Would recommend a small reduction at the same time of the larger breast to give better symmetry. Implants could also be added most likely at the same surgery to give more superior fullness and shape to the breast.
If you want larger breasts, as you said, that requires adding volume in the form of implants or fat grafting. If you want lifted breasts that are more even that requires a breast lift. If you want fuller lifted breasts then a lift and enlargement done separately or together would be the way to go.
Based on your photographs a combination breast lift and a small implant will improve the shape of your breasts and give you some firmness and fullness above the nipple areola.
Please consult a board certified plastic surgeon for a formal consultation an in person examination.
- Your photo suggests that you have ptotic (drooping) and probably tubular (narrow based) breasts.
- These are totally within the normal range but many women are not happy with the look if they have such breasts,
- Make an appointment to see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to do a complete breast evaluation and discuss the look you want and what can be done so you are happy with the look of your breasts. Best wishes.
Based on the photos you posted, it appears that you would benefit from a lift/reduction with an augmentation. The lift will remove your droopy tissue and also reduce the size of your areolae (if you desire) and an implant will give you the upper pole fullness and slightly larger breasts that you are hoping to achieve. Make sure you see a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your concerns, expectations and go over your options at that time. Good luck! ac
recommend a new technique called The Ultimate Breast LiftTM. This technique reshapes your breast tissue
creating upper pole fullness, elevates them higher on the chest wall and more
medial to increase your cleavage.
Aligning the areola and breast tissue over the bony prominence of the
chest wall maximizes anterior projection without implants. This technique avoids the ugly vertical scars
of the traditional technique, maintains nipple sensation and the ability to
breast feed. Since you are asymmetrical,
the larger one can be reduced slightly to match the other. The Ultimate Breast LiftTM is
technique achieves upper pole fullness without the use of implants.
Gary Horndeski, M.D.
Thank you for the pictures.
I would recommend an anchor incision breast lift with the placement of implants to enhance your breast.
Well first, you have asymmetric breasts. SO lifting them alone will keep them asymmetric. If you want the smaller one larger, then you need an implant, or you can have a reduction on the larger breast.
Thank you for your pictures. I think the best solution to your issue would be a breast reduction. Breast reduction would reduce the size of your breasts a bit but it will also improve the symmetry of your breast and shape of your breast. I would not recommend adding an implant to increase your fullness. Breast reduction seems to be the best option.
Earl Stephenson Jr MD DDS FACS