Tuberous breasts refers to a very specific set of problems, usually with large, puffy areola and breast tissue squeezed out into the areola. Your pictures do not suggest that but another problem of a constricted base. That is the width of the breast at its base is not as wide as might be expected for the volume of breast tissue that you have. Treatment for this is usually a lift to reposition the areola and a carefully placed implant to redefine the width of your breast at the fold. This is challenging to get just right but can provide dramatic improvements.
You have large areolae and ptotic breasts, but they are not tuberous. You would benefit from breast implants combined with a mastopexy.
based on your photos alone, it does not appear you have a tuberous breast deformity. to improve the appearance and shape of your breasts, you will benefit from a breast lift and an augmentation. please see a board certified PS to learn more about your options.
Thank you for you question and for submitting a photo. Your breasts are definitely ptotic but not quite "tuberous." Tuberous breasts are characterized by a constricted base; that is the "footprint" of the breast on your chest is small.
A mastopexy procedure with or without implants push the breasts upward and elevate the nipples. The areolar diameter could also be reduced.
I would not call these tuberous breasts. They are somewhat widely separated, and are ptotic (sagging), and both of those issues can be addressed with a mastopexy (breast lift). The breasts are otherwise normally shaped, so none of the difficulties encountered in fixing tuberous breasts would be issues for you and your surgeon.
Thank you for your question and for the attached photos. All the best.
Thank you for the photos and clearly you have ptosis with larger areola and would beneift from a lift with or without implants.
Thank you for your questions. Based on your photos your breast are not tuberous. You have several option depending on your desired outcome.
Breast lift with Augmentation, Mastopexy(lift) alone or a small reduction. I recommend you find a specialist plastic surgeon/board certified in your area who will be able to discuss all these options with you.