What factors contribute to breast asymmetry?
Asymmetry in the breasts may happen during development or be present from birth (congenital disabilities). If one of your breasts doesn’t develop fully, the condition is called hypoplasia. Some people, however, have an asymmetrical increase in breast size due to hyperplasia. Inadequate breast and upper extremity growth on one side might result from congenital diseases like Poland’s syndrome. Also present at birth is the tuberous deformity, characterised by a small and constricted breast.
Can I get breast asymmetry surgery?
Breast asymmetry surgery requires a top-tier specialised plastic surgeon since it is a highly individualised operation. Breast asymmetry surgery is a suitable option for you if:
- You don’t like how your breasts are positioned or how they look.
- You have either one or both breasts with breast ptosis.
- The contour of your breasts has substantially changed.
- You are older than 18 years old.
- You don’t smoke.
- You are in good physical health.
What are the different types of breast asymmetry surgery?
The top plastic surgeons may advise a single procedure or a mix of procedures to fix breast asymmetry, depending on your preferences.
Breast augmentation: This breast surgery uses implants to repair and enlarge the breasts. Leading cosmetic surgeons utilise two different types of implants: silicone and saline. The bigger breast may also get the implant, giving a balanced result and more volume.
Breast lift: Lifting and firming the sagging breasts is accomplished by a breast lift treatment to address breast asymmetry. Breast lifts, sometimes called mastopexy involve the plastic surgeon making incisions around the breast region and pulling the skin and tissues taut to resemble a normal-appearing breast.
Breast reduction: In this complex operation, the plastic surgeon will reduce the size of the breasts by removing the fat and breast tissue underneath them and reshaping the nipples. The surgeon may then control the volume and symmetry of the breasts in this manner.
How successful are the outcomes of breast asymmetry surgery?
Your breasts may alter over time due to gravity, weight loss or gain, pregnancy, nursing, and ageing. In most cases, the effects of the surgery are apparent immediately; however, you must wait a few weeks for the natural outcome. The benefits will gradually become visible as the swelling subsides, and the scars will progressively disappear over the next year. To keep the shape of your breasts, don’t forget to exercise and eat healthfully. If you follow medical advice and take adequate care of your reshaped breasts, you may enjoy fabulous, even-sized, natural-looking breasts for a long time.
What information should I have before moving forward with breast asymmetry correction?
Getting a comprehensive one-on-one medical consultation with a surgeon specialising in corrective breast surgery is essential before deciding to proceed with the procedure. Given your age, the texture of your skin, and the current configuration of your breast tissue and nipples, we will discuss the improvements you might reasonably anticipate. It’s important to realise that although disparities cannot permanently be eliminated, perfection is seldom feasible. Besides, additional incisions, such as those around the areola, may be advised if there are significant variances to balance the different sizes.
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