I have moderate sag on my right larger breast and minimum to moderate sag on my left slightly smaller breast. I want to keep the size of the right side. I am currently a 34C/32D and do not want to be larger.
Can a Lift with Augmentation Be Used to Even out Moderate Sag with Slight Size Variation Without Adding Too Much Size?
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Breast Asymmetry Correction?
Thank you for the question.
Yes, a combination of breast augmentation/breast lifting may be very helpful to improve symmetry of the breast. A variety of different options in regards to breast lifting are available depending on the amount of ptosis (“sag”) that is present on each side.
It will be important to work with very well experienced board-certified plastic surgeon. Keep in mind that absolute symmetry will not be achieved.
For patients planning on breast augmentation/breast lifting surgery it will be very important to communicate your size goals with your surgeon. In my practice, the use of photographs of “goal” pictures (and breasts that are too big or too small) is very helpful and more precise than discussing cup size.
I hope this helps.
Correction of sagging with mild asymmetry
SEE VIDEO BELOW: Options for liftng uneven sized and shaped (asymmetric breasts) without implants or augmentation
Your options are to perform a lift with slight reduction of the right using liposuction or excision and/or to enlarge the left with a very small implant or fat grafting. In anay event you will be at a gigher risk of needing a revision to achieve an optimal result.
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From your description you would benefit from a combination augmentation and lift.
Generally speaking as the breast ages fullness of the upper breast decreases and the volume is more prominent in the lower half of the breast. A modest implant can restore the upper pole volume while the lift will place the nipple back into a more youthful position. This can be done with minimal change in bra size. I consider this operation to be about shape change or volume rearrangment more so than primary enhancement.
A formal consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon can help you understand all your options and photos can demonstrate the results you should expect.
Lift and augmentation
Their are so many variations to the theme that you described. It all depends upon how much sag and how large of an implant you want. A simple circumareola lift can make a world of differences in many patients. But they have to be the right candidate.
Breast Lift and Augmentation for Asymmetry
There are many ways to fix asymmetry. In what you have pointed out, yes a lift and implant can be placed to even you out and not add too much volume. If we had some photos it would be easier to say what kind of lift you need. WIthout photos and no measure impossible to say if you need a lift around the areola or a vertical or a full lift.
Hope that helps.