Correction of "Tuberous" or "Constricted" breasts seems to be an area which most clinics' websites avoid, how can I shortlist surgeons for consultation when I have little idea of their experience in this situation? Are there drastic or marginal differences in the procedure which need to be considered for such a correction versus a straight-forward BA, and what are those differences?
Correction of Tuberous or Constricted Breasts?
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Tuberous breasts range from a mild form which may be relatively easily corrected by a straight forward breast augmentation, to a severe form that may require staged surgery involving mastopexy (uplift) or reduction techniques as well as augmentation.
Depending on how breasts look currently, and how you would like them to look, determines what surgery you may be offered. This sounds obvious but it is very important. Surgery needs to be tailored to you and there is not one approach that suits everyone, particularly with regard to tuberous breasts.
My advice would be to have a consultation with a plastic surgeon who can give you some personalised information that can help you make your decisions.
Correction of constricted or tuberous breast is fairly straightforward.
Correction of a constricted breast, if breast augmentation is involved, is fairly straightforward. A sub glandular pocket is created in the base of the breast is released. It is then draped over the breast implant whereupon the breasts assume the diameter of the breast implant.
Tuberous breast correction
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THE TUBEROUS SINDROME BREAST IS a MALFORMATION OF BREAST DURING its development wich consists in rounded constricted rings around the breast tissue that gives it a tubular shape associated with areola nipple complex protuberant and bigger than usual .hypotrophy of breast tissue , and apparance of saggy or pseutposis breast . Every certified plastic surgeon is in the capacity to make the correction of this condition wich varies depending on the degrees or number of malformation presented .Mostly of the time is simply corrected by internal radiation of the whole breast tissue in order to break the constricted rings obtaning a rounded breast instead of tubular shape , and agumentation with breast implants .
Tuberous breast deformity correction is not simple Breast augmentation
Tuberous breast deformity has several key features 1. Narrow breast base, 2. Higher breast fold, 3. Under develop breast tissue in different areas of the breast, 4. And most importantly, protrusion of breast tissue through a tight ring around the areolar. The deformity vary in severity. What is the treatment for tuberous breast deformity? A successful treatment for tuberous breast depends on the correct diagnosis of the condition. It is not simply solved with placement of a breast implant. Failure to recognize the condition could result in severe deformity after a breast augmentation. In mild to moderate cases, the surgical correction could be accomplish in one stage which involves lowering the inframammary fold, releasing the tight constriction band around the areolar, placement of an implant under the breast tissue, and narrowing the nipple areolar complex. In severe cases, the surgical correction may require 2 stage approach.
Correction of tuberous breasts
Tuberous, or constricted, breasts develop when the bottom portion of the breast doesn't develop at the same degree as the rest of the breast. As a result the breast can push forward in a tube, or tuberous, type of pattern. It can vary in severity. Correction can be difficult but usually includes placing an implant directly beneath the breast gland rather than beneath the muscle. The under surface of the gland also generally needs additional work to get it to release. Finally the newer Natrelle 410 implants are felt to improve the overall results. Sometimes the areola needs to be reduced in order to treat any herniation which may be present. Most experienced Plastic surgeons should be able to help you.
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