Breast asymmetry correction surgery involves changing the size, shape or position of one of both the breasts to make the breasts more equal. This may involve surgery to make one or both of the breasts bigger, smaller or less droopy. Uneven or different sized breasts are very normal, more than half the female population has asymmetrical breast development during teenage years. A disparity in breast size is also common post-adolescence, with as much as a 15 to 20% difference between breasts, but this is usually not noticeable. Occasionally, however, there is a significant difference with one breast being noticeably larger than the other (asymmetric breasts). Naturally, this can be a source of worry and cause many women to feel self-conscious. You can also have asymmetrical breasts as a result of micromastia and while this condition is not uncommon, it can have an enormous impact on a woman’s self-esteem and confidence. There are many ways uneven breast size can be treated and your surgeon will discuss all available options at your first consultation.
Breast Asymmetry Surgery Options
Breast Asymmetry Surgeries are highly customisable and can be easily tailored to your specific needs. Dr Azar's genuine interest in his patients’ needs will not only be readily apparent to you once you begin your consultation but also quickly impart the confidence that you have found the right surgeon for your aesthetic needs. You will leave the consultation already on your way to a personalised treatment based on your anatomy, medical history and ideal outcome.
Possible procedures include:
- Breast Augmentation: A Breast Augmentation procedure will enlarge the breasts, through the use of implants, to a satisfying and attractive fullness based on your overall physique and goals. Different sized implants can be used in each breast.
- Breast Reduction: A Breast Reduction will reduce the size of one or both breasts by removing excess skin and fat to produce a pleasing breast appearance that may also reduce pain and discomfort in women who have very large breasts.
- Breast Lift: A Breast Lift will improve the position of the breasts on the chest wall and may be performed in conjunction with a Breast Augmentation or Breast Reduction or on its own.
What does Asymmetric Breast Surgery involve?
The aim of surgery is to try to match the two breasts in size, as closely as possible. This might entail making the smaller breast larger, or sometimes the larger one is made smaller. Surgery may therefore involve the use of a Breast Implant on one side in combination with lifting or reducing on the other side. The surgery will depend on your individual situation, and your surgeon will discuss the problem with you to decide the best solution for your case.
Plastic Surgery for Asymmetric Breasts
Breast asymmetry surgery isn’t the right choice for everyone. It’s a very personal decision which, ultimately, only you can make. We are here to provide you with the information you need to help you understand what’s involved and the results that can be achieved. For us, it’s important that you have realistic expectations.
If you would like to explore breast asymmetry surgery, you’ll need to be over 18 or with fully developed breasts. The first step is to arrange an informal appointment to meet us. At this appointment, we will examine your breasts and talk to you about the breast asymmetry options available.
When you have asymmetrical breasts, you can create an even chest contour by reducing the size of your larger breast or increasing the size of your smaller breast. In some instances, it may be possible to solve the problem with a breast uplift (mastopexy) procedure on one or both of your breasts, although the most common is the breast asymmetry surgery.
During your free consultation, we’ll talk you through what’s involved. Of course, this is also a great opportunity for you to task questions to that you can make an informed decision about whether to go ahead.
You need to be aware that breast implants and breast reduction procedures will leave noticeable, permanent scars although every effort will be made to hide them, and it will be possible to cover most with your bra and bathing suit.
If you undergo our breast asymmetry surgery then you are putting yourself in the best possible hands, we have breast asymmetry experts. However, as with any surgery there are elements that are out of our hands, so you must follow our advice afterwards to see the best results from your breast asymmetry correction.
What is Recovery from Breast Asymmetry like?
If you receive implants as part of your breast asymmetry surgery, your recovery time will be around six weeks in total. Your surgeon will inform you of a suitable aftercare process that includes scheduled check-ups, wound healing methods and advice regarding your return to everyday activities. The end result, however, will be well worth your investment, as you will soon be able to enjoy two attractive breasts of similar volume and shape which will give you satisfaction and confidence every day. Dr Azar uses the best enhancement and reconstructive techniques available to deliver beautiful results for his patients in a single surgery.
Breast Asymmetry Correction Surgery Costs
It is not easy to tell the price of this procedure without the planning process. Because the breast asymmetry correction costs depend on the methods that your doctor uses and the duration of the operation. For instance, the doctor may perform a combination of breast lifting and breast augmentation, or he can add breast reduction to this. And this is what determines the cost of the operation. To get more information, you can get in touch with our professionals. After consulting our experts, you will receive a precise fee for the service. For more information, please contact us.