How Can I Correct Breast Asymmetry
July 29, 2016
If your breasts are different sizes, you are not alone. Most women experience at least some degree of breast asymmetry. This very common condition should not be a sign of alarm, and it will not result in any physical or health issues. However, there are times when you may want to correct breast asymmetry.
Significant breast asymmetry (greater than one cup size) can often make it hard to find a bra that fits comfortably. This can also limit your options when wearing bathing suits and outfits such as strapless dresses. In addition, when breast asymmetry is very noticeable to you, it may impact self-confidence.
At Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery, we can help you correct breast asymmetry and eliminate the associated issues you may be experiencing. Depending on your unique concerns and goals, Dr. Ali and Dr. Tamir may recommend one of the following treatment plans:
Breast augmentation is the most common method used to correct breast asymmetry. Dr. Ali and Dr. Tamir can place implants into both breasts to increase your overall breast size and eliminate asymmetry. In addition, you can choose to have an implant placed only in the smaller breast to achieve a more symmetrical appearance.
If you experience moderate to severe sagging, Dr. Ali and Dr. Tamir may recommend a breast lift in conjunction with breast augmentation. In this procedure, the breast implants will be used to correct any asymmetry and the lift will help restore a perkier breast appearance.
If you experience significant asymmetry and prefer the size of the smaller breast, Dr. Ali and Dr. Tamir can perform breast reduction on the larger breast to achieve a more symmetrical appearance.
During your initial consultation, our Phoenix breast surgeons will listen carefully to your concerns and goals in order to develop an individualized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs.
Please contact Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery using the form on this page or call 602-513-8133 today to schedule your breast surgery consultation. We serve patients in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Paradise Valley, Arizona. We are accustomed to caring for out-of-town patients as well.