I hate my ugly breasts, if I had a breast enhancement surgery will my gap between them be even more obvious? (Photo)

I would like to know if having surgery would have my breasts look pointy and if the gap between them would be more obvious. I hate the way they look, i think i am a freak.

Doctor Answers 30

You are being too self- critical

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I think you have very nice and normal- looking breasts.  I am not sure why you think you are a freak.  Most of the patients I see for breast enhancement surgery don't have as nice and normal looking breasts as you do.  If all my breast augmentation candidates looked as good as you do before surgery, it would make my job a lot easier and make me look so much better as their surgeon because it would be much easier for me to make them look really good if they already looked pretty good to begin with.  If you take a look at my website breast augmentation photo gallery (use the link below), you will see what some really "freaky" breasts can look like prior to surgery.  Yours don't even come close to that.  I actually think you don't need any breast enhancement surgery at all so feel blessed.  You can spend your money for more important things in life.  Best wishes.

Your breasts

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First of all you need to get over the fact that you think your breasts are ugly -- they are 100% normal . If you want them enlarged, then implants are the way to go. But you need to understand that implants only enlarge what you have. Make sure the doctor that examines you shows you photos of other breasts so you realize that nothing is wrong with yours. 

William B. Rosenblatt, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
4.2 out of 5 stars 12 reviews

I hate my ugly breasts...

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Frankly, I am somewhat confused given that your photograph demonstrates aesthetically pleasing breasts; your description of them seems unwarranted (they are in no way "ugly" or "freakish").  Although definitive advice would require in-person evaluation, I wonder if you would benefit from professional (body image) counseling  before contemplating plastic surgical intervention.   Best wishes.

Breast enhancement surgery effect on gap between breasts

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Thank you for the question and photo. Your breasts do not look ugly. You have normal nicely shaped breasts. 

You are a great candidate for breast augmentation with implants and this will make the gap between your breasts smaller. 

Please seek a board certified plastic surgeon in your area so you can have a detailed discussion and plan to pick the ideal implants for you. 

Good luck!

Dr. Khuthaila 

Dana Khuthaila, MD, FACS
New York Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 77 reviews

Need to realize you look great

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You have some minor breast asymmetry and breasts that many woman would love to have. I am not sure you are  being realistic. Look at the web and educate yourself please. Breast implants can close the gap a bit but not completely. Good Luck!

Gregory T. Lynam, MD
Richmond Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 62 reviews

Breast Augmentation?

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Based on the one picture, your breasts are aesthetically pleasing and relatively symmetrical. The gap between the breasts and the "pointy" look can be improved with a breast augmentation. Please consult a board certified plastic surgeon. Best wishes!

George C. Peck, Jr, MD
West Orange Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 25 reviews

You have ideal breasts

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Honestly, your breasts are beautiful. A high percentage of my patients seek me out to remove their implants after the implants have damaged/deformed their breasts. Your shape and size is very coveted among implant removal and lift for women that are very athletic that have found their implants too heavy and painful for their active lifestyle. Breast implants may make the gap between your breasts more obvious. This can be minimized with fat grafts in the cleavage. Please choose a small implant to minimize your risk and complications associated with large implants (>350cc). 

Best wishes, 

Gary M. Horndeski, MD
Texas Plastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 230 reviews

Considering breast augmentation

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You are not a freak and your breasts are within the realm of normal. Breast augmentation should provide more cleavage for you and reduce the size of the gap between your breasts. Best bet is to obtain a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon near you in order to be examined and options reviewed.

Time for Breast Augmentation

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Thanks for your question and picture.  I think you have a very nice set of natural breasts and many many women would be absolutely pleased to look like you.  Yes, however, breast augmentation may help you achieve the look you are seeking.  Make sure you work with a board certified plastic surgeon with whom you feel comfortable discussing these thoughts and helping you set some goals towards finding the correct implant, implant placement, and surgical approach.  Keep your chin up.

Wishing you all the best,

Steven Camp MD 

Steven M. Camp, MD
Fort Worth Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 121 reviews

Breast augmentation

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Implants are a great way to go to enhance your breast size. In some ways you are limited by your anatomy in what you can expect as a result. Best of luck with your decision to move forward.

Steven Wallach, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
4.2 out of 5 stars 30 reviews

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