You are still developing at age 19. Your breast is perfectly normal for your age and I suspect that it will fill out . Although you might wish to have larger breasts, your breast shape is aesthetically excellent.
You may be "meant" to be this way
Although your breasts will continue to change with age, you may never get that fullness in the upper pole that you want. It looks like your breasts are "meant" to be this way. If you want a rounder look, breast implants can help.
Changes in Your Breasts & What Can be Done
and changes in the breasts can go on throughout your lifetime. Usually these
continuing changes are brought about by fluctuations in your hormones such as
puberty, pregnancy, menopause, and changes in birth control or hormonal
supplements. Unfortunately those changes are not predictable and can even be
different for different situations in the same person.
The likelihood of
your problem correcting itself is very unlikely. You have a constriction of the
lower pole of the breast causing the nipple to be pulled
down, decreasing the distance from the nipple to the fold. Usually that constriction
consists of more fibrous tissue, and short of surgery, it is not likely to
soften up and loosen.
I would encourage
you to go ahead with looking into augmentation if it bothers you that much.
Just be smart and do your homework before you consult and be sure the surgeon
you choose is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgeons. Good
luck with your procedure!
Mini Ultimate Breast Lift(TM)
Your breasts are asymmetrical, the nipples are
pointing down and out and you have a wide gap with minimal cleavage. I recommend a new technique called The Mini
Ultimate Breast LiftTM. Using
only a circumareola incision it is possible to reshape your breast tissue
creating upper pole fullness, elevate 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. 22% of women who undergo
breast augmentation alone require revision within 2 years because they are
dissatisfied with the result. A frequent
cause of dissatisfaction is not performing a simultaneous lift when
needed. If you are satisfied with the
volume of your breasts then you do not need implants. If you want more volume then implants can be
added but at your age only saline are available.
Gary Horndeski, M.D.
Breast growth after 19 years of age
Thank you for your question. The problem that you describe is a matter of breast development which is asymmetrical. It is unlikely that this will change with further age. Please consult a board certified plastic surgeon for your options.
occurs during adolescence and the only changes you will see are with weight gains and pregnancy. See a local plastic surgeon for information about what an implant can do for you.
Is it possible for my breasts to still grow, particularly up under my areola? (Photo)
Most likely no, The inferior quadrants are genetically deficient. So only fat grafts with rigotomies or implants or both can improve..
If you are at adult size, and have regular menstrual cycles, it is unlikely that your breast will grow significantly.
Is it possible for my breasts to still grow.
Actually your breast can still grow or develop, for some up to age 22 or a bit longer. Breasts will also change with pregnancy, a time when the tissue truly matures. Your breast as is looks quite normal and fine. Your inherited shape is such that the nipple to the fold distance is short as you will see so many like you on this site. An implant can round out the lower portion of the breast and push the fold lower but do take your time to see how things sort out.
A little bit more would be a ........ little bit more
Once you've concluded puberty: google the signs of puberty ending (usually when your shoe size stops changing, etc) you've probably reached a stable breast size. This could change with pregnancy and weight fluctuations, but from a developmental standpoint, you're probably there.
From that point onward, if you prefer to add volume to your breasts, then you can do so. A little volume will make you a little bigger. A lot of volume will make you a lot bigger.
Regarding the lower pole volume, this is a great indication to consider anatomic/shaped implants.