Breast asymmetry correction

Absolute symmetry in breasts is extremely rare in women. Often there are differences between the two breasts, differences that the patient is conscious or not. If the differences are minimal, the patient usually does not know about them, and it is the surgeon's duty to highlight the preliminary consultation of a supposed intervention. Sometimes the differences between the two breasts are also influenced by larger or smaller deformities in the chest, half of which is more "clogged" than the other half.

There are many cases in which the differences are evident at the level of the areolo-nipple complex, the areoles being arranged at different heights, too lateral or too mediated. Asymmetries may also occur at the level of the trench, one being disposed above and the other below. In the case of very small breasts, this waist is virtually non-existent and must be created by the surgeon during breast augmentation. Sometimes there is so much difference between breasts that they seem to belong to two totally different people
Some of these differences can be easily corrected others not! Your surgeon will make a thorough inventory of possible asymmetries and will expose you to possible corrections if necessary.

Solving all these differences is difficult and involves the surgeon's experience.

In the case of breasts of different sizes, silicone prostheses with different volume can be mounted, but the difference in volume between the two breasts remains an arbitrary appreciation that is more accurate as the surgeon's experience is greater. The same in the case of breasts equal in volume but with unilateral deficiency of the chest. If equal implants are introduced then the result may be disastrous. In this situation, the difference in volume between the two prostheses is even more difficult to appreciate than in the case of the asymmetric breasts as a volume but with the normal chest.

In the case of deficiencies in the inframammary ditch, the corrections are easier to make and the results are satisfactory, perhaps due to the fact that this element is not very noticeable.
The most difficult to correct, however, remains the positioning differences of the breasts and of the complexes. If a breast is above and below, it is imperative to try a visual juggling balance with the heights at which the implants are mounted. If the implants are mounted at the same level, the difference in height between the breasts will be even more obvious and the patient's discontent will be very high. The solution of attenuation of the differences is to position the implants at different heights so that the overall appearance is as harmonious as possible.

In the case of size differences and the shape of the nipples, this can be easily corrected by a periareolar incision. Although immediately after the operation areoles look exactly the same, the healing process can influence their size because the tissues have a "memory" because of which they tend to recover in the initial form even after a surgical correction.
In case of mammary asymmetries, it is often necessary to have several retouching operations to get the result as close as possible to the desired one.
Frequently Asked Questions When Should I Call For Breast Asymmetry Surgery?
Patients who know that their breasts have important symmetries and which create psychic complexes:
Large volume differences between breasts Large breast size differences Asymmetric positioning of areolomamelonne complexes Large diameters of mammary areopes Poland's syndrome Other malformations of the chest box that deforms implicitly and appearance of the breasts
What guarantees do I have as a result of the breast asymmetry surgery will be good?
Due to the many types of asymmetries and the very large diversity in the healing process, no guarantees can be given as to the outcome. Usually, in the case of large corrections, it is necessary to have at least two surgical steps, stages in which the patient needs to be informed. The patient should have the availability of several possible corrective interventions.
What are Correct Breast Asymmetries?
Volume asymmetries, either through mammoplasty to reduce breast size to a size closest to that of the contralateral breast, or by inserting a lower breast implant.
Asymmetries of the areoles' dimensions Much of the positioning asymmetries of the trenches
What are the asymmetries of uncorrect breasts?
Obvious chest box asymmetries Asymmetries of breast positioning
What are the contraindications of breast surgery asymmetries?
The contraindications of these interventions are:

Serious blood disease
Diabetes
Serious infectious diseases
Autoimmune diseases
Serious dermatological diseases The tendency to the formation of keloid
Eating disorders

What is the time period for surgical reinitiation for correction of breast implants?

Surgery is possible within 2-3 months of the previous one. If scarring is desired then it is right to expect scarring to mature (6-8 months) and only afterwards it can be reinitiated.

Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not get the desired results!
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