Asymmetrical Breasts Correction
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.
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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 an 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.
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