What type of implants would you use and do I have constricted or tubular breasts? (photo)
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What type of implants would you use and do I have constricted or tubular breasts?
Constricted Breast Correction
Thank you for your question and photos. You appear to have slightly constricted lower breast poles. A standard breast augmentation, perhaps with the addition of radial scoring to release and round out the lower breasts should provide you with a good result. If you have ongoing concerns about areola puffiness you cou;ld discuss a reduction in this area with your Plastic Surgeon.
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You do not have tubular breasts based on your photographs. Tubular breasts are characterized by a hypo plastic lower pole with herniation of the breast tissue through the nipple. I don't see this in your photographs. I think that you would do well with sub muscular smooth round gel implants; these will help to shape your breasts depending on the size you choose. But these determinations need to be made with an in person examination with a board certified plastic surgeon.
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