What do I do about my uneven breast?
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Asymmetry and tuberous breasts
Everyone is built differently
Seek a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to Treast Tuberous Breasts
Those with #TuberousBreasts are ideal candidates for #BreastLifts. Also, women with asymmetric or enlarged nipples or areolae (pigmented areas around nipples) also may be candidates for a breast lift or a modification of a lift. #Asymmetric breast can be adjusted by adding or removing volume. One side can be tightened more or less than another.
Often #BreastLift candidates experience more satisfying results by combining a #BreastLift with #implants to restore superior fullness (Augmentation Mastopexy).
In some cases, harvesting one's own fat and transfering it to their breast can be an alternative to implants for qualfying candidates. The options best for you will be discussed during your one-on-one consultation.
Your breast surgery should be performed by a #PlasticSurgeon who is board-certified and has a great deal of experience with breast augmentation and the incision type, implant placement, and implant type. Plastic surgeons who have specialized in breast surgery and cosmetic surgery are suitable to perform your #BreastLift and/or #BreastAugmentation. Aside from checking #board-certification, it is suggested that you look at before and after photos of the surgeons actual patients, and read patient reviews. Gathering all of this information will help you make a well-informed decision.
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Thank you for your question and photo. Asymmetries are common. It appears that you have some characteristics of tuberous breasts as well. Your Plastic Surgeon could combine techniques to realease constriction of the lower poles, reduce and even out areolas and balance breast size. You will need to meet with a board crtified Plastic Surgeon in person to discuss your goals and best options for you.
Tubular Breasts with Asymmetry in Size
You have tubular breasts with asymmetry in size. Options for you would include an implant or fat grafting to the smaller breast with possible reduction of the areola and likely a lift or small reduction of the larger breast. That areola would be reduced as well. Best of luck to you!
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