What would help me not hate them anymore? (Photo)
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Asymetry of the Breasts - what can be done
Breast lift with augmentation.
What would help me?
I'm sorry to hear how you are feeling about your body. If you want to change this surgically, you may wish to book an in-person consultation with a Plastic Surgeon and discuss breast lift/augmentation options. Your Plastic Surgeon will make individualised recommendations for you.
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Correction of significant breast asymmetry.
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A breast lift with at least an implant on the left will improve symmetry
What Would Help Me Not Hate Them Anymore?
The best procedure for you, based on your photographs, will be a Breast Lift with Implants (Unequal). This will help lift and tighten the right side, and a larger implant with lift on the left side, will help match the two breasts. I would advise you to wait till you have achieved a stable weight.
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What can I do to improve my breast aesthetics?
You will definitely benefit from a breast lift. With a mastopexy, your nipple-areola complex will also be moved up along with the breast gland to alleviate the sagging that you see. With a breast lift, your breast size will remain pretty much the same; however, your breasts will display greater cleavage and shape.
If you also desire greater breast size, you will most likely benefit from having a breast lift with implants. In general, when you consider implants, remember that they are mainly used to increase volume. An implant can be used to restore upper pole volume as well as overall breast size. An implant can be placed at the same time as your lift or staged for a later date if needed/desired. In the right candidate, breast implants may be a useful adjunct for aesthetic breast surgery techniques, but as with any surgery, you and your surgeon should thoroughly discuss the pros and cons or risks and benefits of what you are planning to do. You could also get the lift first and if you still desire greater breast size or increased upper pole volume, you could talk with your surgeon about implants at a later date. I encourage you to seek the expertise of a Plastic Surgeon well-versed in aesthetic breast surgery techniques. I hope this helps!
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