Why are my breasts separated, nipples puffy, and very pointy? (photos)
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Breast Implants Would Give Breasts Upper Pole Fullness
Your breasts are very normal
I would hope that most plastic surgeons would explain exactly this to you in a consultation. Cosmetic breast surgery is completely individual and optional. if you are really bothered by the appearance of your breasts, then you can certainly consider an in-person consultation with one or more recommended plastic surgeons in your area to discuss options for cosmetic enhancement should you decide to proceed.
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Normal breast shape
Hi, thanks for your question.
Your breasts are within the realm of normal shape. However, I have performed surgery on females with your same breast shape that wish for a more round shape and decreased "puffiness" to the nipples. So, if this concerns you, I suggest seeking a consult with a plastic surgeon and he/she can help you make an appropriate decision.
All the best,
Breast and Nipple Shape
Thank you for providing the photo. Your breasts appear to be normal. Just remember that breasts come in a large range of shapes and sizes. Nipples with this “puffy appearance” can be quite common. Your breasts naturally fall low on the chest wall causing this separated appearance. A breast augmentation may help improve the shape and overall fullness. A board certified plastic surgeon can help you understand your options for surgery.
Dhaval M. Patel
Double board certified
Breasts, elongated with puffy nipples
Breasts develop all different ways for often unexplained reasons.
Options for you would include filling the upper breasts with implants or your own fat.
Moving the nipples closer together would involve incisions around the nipples to move them and shape the breasts
Your breasts are normal, a PS could assist if you'd like to change aesthetics.
Despite this, it’s not unusual for women to be dissatisfied with the appearance of their breasts.In many cases, cosmetic breast surgery can successfully address these concerns.Under these circumstances, consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon is appropriate.This surgeon can hopefully formulate a treatment plan that addresses your concerns.
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