Im 27 years old and married for 5 years and i noticed lately that my right breast is bigger than my left.i haven't gone through any surgery.just wanted to find out if its normal.bit worried.please help
My Right Breast is Bigger Than Than the Left?
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Not to worry - 9 out of 10 women have some form of breast asymmetry, if you look closely enough. Think of your breasts as "sisters", not "identical twins".
If the asymmetry bothers you, go and see your friendly neighborhood PS.
Thank you very much for your question. It is extremely common that one breast is bigger than the other. For some women, this difference is small and hardly noticeable. While for others, the difference in breasts may be quite apparent. Breast implants can be used to improve the symmetry of your chest, as a different size implant can be placed on each side. I recommend finding an experienced, board certified plastic surgeon and scheduling a breast augmentation consultation. He/she can perform a physical examination to determine if a breast augmentation is right for your situation.
Right breast bigger than the Left Breast
Don't worry, it is completely normal to have somewhat different size breasts. The majority of women do have one breast larger than the other. Different size implants are commonly used to even things out.
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This is very common and often 2 different size implants are used to balance the difference out quite nicely. Patients are very pleased and happy with results. At your consultation you can try on different implants and see what would work best for you! Best of luck! For more info please contact us at any time.
Lane Smith MD
8871 W Sahara Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89117
These Breast Asymmetries Are Completely Natural
All women have some asymmetries in their breasts. These differences can be in breast size, shape, height, and nipple height.
A big enough difference in size may result in getting breast implants of a different volume. For example, one would be 350 cc and the other 280 cc.
Pointing out and explaining asymmetries should be a part of patient education. This should be done during a consultation, prior to implant selection, as the asymmetries may influence implant choice, post-op results, and patient expectations.
I hope that answers your question regarding surgery on asymmetric breasts. It’s great that you’re doing this research. I always say that the best patients are informed patients.
You might also want to research your options for breast implants. Choosing the right implant is the number one concern among women considering breast augmentation. Did you know, there’s actually a way to select a implant shape, size, and profile that is perfect for you?
A term that I use with my patients for the perfect implant is the “Pony Implant”.
So what do I mean by “perfect”? Well, a Pony Implant has three qualities to it. First, the implant meets your beauty goals. For example, you want to your breasts to look fuller while still appearing natural.
Second, when you chose your Pony Implant, you walk out of your consultation 100% confident that you’ve chosen the right shape and size for you. In other words, you won’t be second guessing your decision, and you won’t be afraid of having gone too big or too small.
And third, after your procedure, you are thrilled with your results, and say, "I’m so happy. This is exactly what I wanted!"
That’s the Pony Implant. And the great news is that there is a simple process to go about finding yours.
This issue of selecting the right implant is so important when it comes to patient satisfaction or dissatisfaction that, again, I really encourage you to learn more about it.
Thank you for reading and best of luck on your journey!
Breasts are sisters, not twins!
Hi bubby1983, Asymmetry affects everyone! Most women have one breast that’s bigger than the other just like they might have a leg or arm that’s slightly longer than the other. (And by the way, when you have your next pedicure, look and see if your toes exactly match!) The point is that it’s rare for the human body to be symmetrical. However, in some women the difference in breast size and shape is more noticeable, and this is where a breast augmentation and/or a breast lift can be a big help. It is very common to use two different implant sizes to adjust for the difference in natural breast tissue. In rare cases, one breast may need a lift while the other one does not. Interestingly, breasts often heal from surgery differently too! If you are concerned I recommend you see your doctor and definitely recommend this if any changes to your breasts are recent and cannot be attributed to any body changes due to weight gain, pregnancy or birth control.
Slightly Larger Breast?
Dr Dhaval PatelDouble Board Certified Plastic SurgeonChicagoHoffman Estates Oak Brook
Right Breast Bigger than the Left
Many women have one breast that is visably larger than the other. This can change with pregnancy, breast feeding, weight gain and loss, etc. If there is ever any concern for a breast mass, see your doctor.
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