I'm almost positive I have tuberous breasts but I just want to make sure. How much would it cost to fix them?
Thank you for your question and photo. You don't have tuberous breasts your breasts are however asymmetry. Schedule a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon in your area
Thank you for the question and photos. You don't seem to have tuberous breasts but there is a slight asymmetry in your breasts. This could be fixed with breast augmentation and a possible breast lift. Visit a board-certified plastic surgeon and
have a full evaluation. Best of luck.
Dr. Michael Omidi.
in-person exam with a board-certified plastic surgeon is the best way to assess
your needs and provide true medical advice.
No tuberous breasts
No, you don't have tuberous breasts. You do, however, have a significant asymmetry and volume difference. Which could be corrected with implants. Schedule a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon in your area (link below) to discuss. Best, Dr. Nazarian
The Horndeski Method™
You do not have tuberous breasts but you have
asymmetry in shape and position.To
correct this, you will need a breast lift.I recommend a new technique called The Horndeski Method™.The breast tissue is reshaped creating upper
pole fullness, elevated higher on the chest wall and more medial to increase
your cleavage.A small implant can be
used or fat transfer to correct asymmetries.This technique avoids the ugly vertical scars of the traditional
technique, maintains nipple sensation and the ability to breast feed.
Gary Horndeski, M.D.
Question about tuberous breast
You do not have tuberous breasts but you certainly have significant breast asymmetry and volume difference. The volume difference can be corrected by using different sized implants. However to acheive greater symmetry you might also consider whether a right sided lift ( trade off is the scar) is acceptable as it is needed to get the most symmetrical result.. You should expect a great outcome
You don't have tuberous breasts. Your breast are widely set. If you want larger breasts, breast augmentation would work well for you -- but you can't change your ribs. Your breasts will always be a bit "far apart" unless you are wearing a bra. The cost range is huge -- anywhere between $5000 and $8000. Find an ASAPS member surgeon in your area and get some in-person consultations. Good luck!
Thank you for your question and photo. You can successfully increase the volume of your breasts with implants. You do not need a lift. As for the distance between your nipples, that is a fixed distance. Everyone has different anatomy. An appropriately sized breast implant will give you the volume you want, but it is unlikely to make your nipples drawn closer to each other.
I hope this helps.
- Dr. Bryson Richards (Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon)
Breast augmentation may fix your breasts
I believe you could get good results with breast implants alone. I explain to my patients that I cannot build cleavage but the increased volume that you'll get from the implants will make it easier for you to create cleavage in clothing. If a surgeon goes beyond the natural limit of your breasts in the cleavage area, the danger would be creating the appearance of one large breast (a uniboob). To see before and after photos of women similar to you, see the link below.
Asimetric breast and asimetric breast implants
From what I can see on the pictures, it looks more like breast asymmetry. In your case, I would recommend a breast augmentation with different sized implants. But this is something you have to discuss in person with the surgeon you decided to go with. Most importantly is that the breast are going to be beautiful but you have to be aware of the fact that there will always be a slight asymmetry. I recommend to have surgery done by a board certified surgeon.
Breast asymmetry, not tuberous
Thank you for your question and posting an appropriate picture. You do not exhibit features of tuberous breasts. You would benefit from breast augmentation using different size and potentially shape implants. You would need to have a consultation and preferably undergo Vectra 3-D imaging and simulation of your post op results for precise recommendations.