Women who have tubular breasts often feel embarrassed or uncomfortable with their breast shape. Tubular Breast surgery in Concord and Boston can help to restore tubular breasts to a more natural-looking appearance.
What are Tubular Breasts?
Tubular Breasts are an abnormality of the breasts that can occur in one or both breasts. This occurs when breast development is hindered during puberty and the breasts do not develop fully. Signs of Tubular Breasts include enlarged, puffy areolas, side spacing between the breasts, minimal breast tissue, and sagging. In some cases, this condition can affect a woman’s ability to breastfeed.
How are Tubular Breasts corrected?
The steps taken to correct Tubular Breasts depends on the severity of the condition. In less severe forms of Tubular Breasts, a breast augmentation in Boston with implants can often correct the shape of the breasts. In more severe cases, the breasts can be expanded with a soft tissue expander, and implants can then be inserted.
Who is a good candidate for Tubular Breast correction surgery?
A consultation with Dr. Nathan Narasimhan will help determine whether Tubular Breast correction surgery is right for you. He will examine your breasts to help determine the severity of your condition and which techniques can best be used to help correct your breasts.
What should I expect during recovery?
Recovery from Tubular Breast correction surgery is similar to that of breast augmentation or breast lift surgery. Patients should dedicate two weeks to recovery. Discomfort will be apparent for the first three to four days, though paid medication can be prescribed to help.
If you think you may be suffering from Tubular Breasts, Tubular Breast correction surgery by Plastic Surgeon in Concord Dr. Narasimhan may be the answer. For more information on this procedure, contact us today at 978-369-4499 or visit our plastic surgery blog.