Who should consider breast asymmetry surgery?
Some women suffer from a condition called ‘tuberous’ breasts. Basically, this is where the breasts are shaped like tubes hence the name. They have a narrow base and the base of the breast is tubular shaped rather than the normal ‘cone’ shape.
For these women surgery can help by using breast implants which will increase the size and help to give a natural, ‘rounded’ appearance.
It can also help if you have one nipple positioned differently from the other.
If you have one breast which is different in size or shape from the other then breast asymmetry surgery is an option. It can either increase the size via breast enlargement or reducing the size via breast reduction surgery.
There is a rare condition called ‘Polands’ Syndrome’: this is where one breast fails to develop because the tissues responsible for its development are missing. These tissues are located within the chest wall.
Tissue expanders can be inserted into the chest area which fills the breast tissue, causing it to stretch.
If this condition is causing you psychological distress then cosmetic surgery can help. If you are in good health, aged 18 and over and are realistic about the procedure then you are suitable for surgery. In regard to age, surgeons prefer to operate on women aged over 18 but they can make an exception if you are aged 16 or 17.
Breast Asymmetry Surgery Guide Index:
- What is ‘breast asymmetry’ surgery?
- Who should consider breast asymmetry surgery?
- Who is not suitable for breast asymmetry surgery?
- Why shouldn't I have breast asymmetry surgery?
- How much does breast asymmetry surgery cost?
- Can I get help paying for breast asymmetry surgery?
- Can I have breast asymmetry surgery on the NHS?
- Can I have breast asymmetry surgery abroad?
- I am interested in this surgery, what next?
- How do I find a for breast asymmetry surgeon?
- What questions should I ask my surgeon?
- I have decided to go ahead so what happens next?
- How do I prepare for my breast asymmetry surgery?
- What happens on the day of surgery?
- What is the breast asymmetry procedure?
- What will happen after my breast asymmetry surgery?
- What does recovery from breast asymmetry involve?
- What are the benefits of breast asymmetry surgery?
- What are the risks of breast asymmetry surgery?
- Is there an aftercare for breast asymmetry surgery ?
- How long does breast asymmetry surgery last?
COSMETIC SURGERY TREATMENTS
- Breast Enlargement Surgery
- Breast implants guide
- Breast Lift Surgery
- Breast Asymmetry Surgery
- Breast Reduction Surgery
- Breast Capsulectomy Surgery
- Breast Implant removal Surgery
- Breast implant replacement
- Capsular Contracture
- Nipple reduction surgery
- Inverted Nipple surgery
- Mini Facelift
- Rhinoplasty - Nose Reshaping
- Revision Rhinoplasty
- Eyelid Lift surgery
- Neck lift surgery
- Brow Lift / Forehead Lift
- Cheek Implant Surgery
- Chin Augmentation - Implants
- Chin Reduction Surgery
- Ear Correction Surgery
- Arm Lift Surgery
- Body Lift Surgery
- Male breast reduction
- Buttock Lift surgery
- Buccal fat removal
- Feather Lift Surgery
- Extended abdominoplasty
- Tummy Tuck
- Mini Tummy Tuck
- Partial abdominoplasty
- Thigh Lift Surgery
- Aphrodite Gold
- Collagen Lip Injection
- Fat Injections
- Laser Skin Resurfacing
- Obagi Skin Peel
- Wrinkle treatments
- Laser Hair Removal
- Scar Revision
- Thread Vein removal
- Varicose Vein Surgery
- Tattoo removal
- Top 10 cosmetic surgery procedures