Women often have some degree of asymmetry in their breasts. However, when this asymmetry becomes noticeable, many turn to Breast Asymmetry surgery to correct this. In Concord and Boston, we strive to provide natural-looking results to our Breast Asymmetry patients.
What is Breast Asymmetry?
Breast Asymmetry occurs when there is a noticeable different in the size and/or shape of the breasts. Asymmetry is a common occurrence and appears most frequently in the form of one breast sagging more than the other. Women dealing with this issue can feel frustration, embarrassment, and discomfort.
How is Breast Asymmetry surgery done?
Breast Asymmetry surgery can be done in two ways. The first is to place two different sized breast implants to even out the breasts. The second is to lift or reduce the sagging breast while enlarging both breasts with breast augmentation surgery. Both of these methods are used to produce symmetrical and natural-looking breasts. During your consultation with Dr. Nathan Narasimhan, he will discuss your breast surgery goals to create a unique plan.
Who is a good candidate for Breast Asymmetry surgery?
Generally, healthy patients who have asymmetrical breasts are good candidates for this surgery. Like with any breast surgery, the breasts should be fully developed, and the patient should not be breastfeeding. Those with realistic expectations are often the happiest with their results.
What should I expect during recovery from Breast Asymmetry surgery?
Patients should expect to spend two weeks recovering from Breast Asymmetry surgery. A support bra will need to be worn for the first two weeks, and any heavy lifting should be avoided. Any intense aerobic movement should be avoided for four weeks. Results may be visible as soon as two weeks after surgery, while final results will be apparent at six weeks.
If you are unhappy with your asymmetrical breasts, Breast Asymmetry surgery from Concord and Boston Plastic Surgery may be able to help. Make your first step to a happier you and contact us at 978-369-4499 to schedule a consultation.