Are these considered tuberous, and what can be done about asymmetry? (photos)
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Breast Augmentation Options
It appears that minor adjustments to your fold/nipple position plus implants could give you a pleasing result. I recommend that you meet with a board certified Plastic Surgeon in person to discuss your goals and your options.
All the best
There are pros and cons regarding saline and silicone implants, and patient anatomy and preference play a role in selection. The same is true regarding implant projection. Be sure to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon and go to your consult with all your questions written down so you don't forget to ask something. Good Luck!
Hypoplastic breast with asymmetry
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If you are happy with your appearance don't have anything done since every operation has potential complications.
In looking over your photos you appear to have classic asymmetric constricted tuberous breasts. These could be nicely improved with a breast augmentation which includes a release of the constricting bands responsible for this shape which may be combined with with customized breast lifts and areolar reduction which would produce much better symmetry and much more attractive breasts.
Dr. Peter. A. Aldea
Breast Asymmetry..... Possibly Tuberous?
The best way to correct your asymmetry is going to be a breast lift on the right with either one or with 2 implants.
Tuberous and Asymmetrical Breasts
Often #BreastLift candidates experience more satisfying results by combining a #BreastLift with #implants to restore superior fullness. Such is called #AugmentationMastopexy. In some cases, harvesting one's own fat and transfering it to their breast can be an alternative to implants for qualfying candidates. The options best for you will be discussed during your one-on-one consultation.
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