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Breast Asymmetry Surgery

Breast Asymmetry is a condition present in almost all women. Often, the left breast is a little wider because the left chest is formed so as to accommodate the heart; while the right breast tends to be long and thin. In some cases however, the difference in size and shape is pronounced enough that breast surgery is a desired option. Through breast augmentation or breast reduction, the appearance of full, balanced and even breasts with even nipples may be accomplished.

>> What is involved in a Breast Asymmetry Surgery?
>> Preparations and Precautions for a Breast Asymmetry Surgery
>> What Results can I expect after my Breast Asymmetry?

I. What is involved in a Breast Asymmetry Surgery?

Breast Asymmetry procedures are usually done in a surgical suite as an outpatient procedure, most often using general anesthesia. It is possible to return home within a few hours of the asymmetry surgery, but the doctor may also ask you to stay overnight in a hospital.
Breast Asymmetry surgeries are carried out by either augmentation of the smaller breast, or by breast reduction of the larger one.

II. Preparations and Precautions for a Breast Asymmetry Surgery

During your initial consultation, your surgeon will discuss the changes that you would like to make to your appearance as well as explain how your age, the size and shape of your breasts, and the condition of your skin may affect the results of this procedure.
Prior to your breast lift, the surgeon will perform a complete health history and physical exam and provide you with specific instructions to assist you in preparing for the procedure.
As with all other breast surgeries, you should expect to feel tired and tender for the first 24 to 48 hours after your operation. Your stitches will be removed in a week to ten days. The incision scars will be firm and pink for at least six weeks, and then begin to fade. Your breasts will remain swollen for three to four weeks following surgery, and your surgeon will want to examine you at regular intervals during the first 90 days.

III. What Results can I expect after my Breast Asymmetry?

Your breasts will be wrapped with gauze bandage, plus a tighter bandage for protection and support. It is important to take the medication prescribed to you by your doctor. Someone will need to drive you home, and you may need assistance at home over the next couple of days.


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Our surgeons specialize in the following breast surgery procedures: breast implant, breast augmentation, breast enlargement, breast implant revision, breast reduction, breast enhancement, breast asymmetry and breast reconstruction. Our plastic surgeons are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and are members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Breast Augmentation Specialists services the following metro areas:

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