What is breas-t asymmetry surgery?

It is fairly common to have mild asymmetry in the size of breas-ts and also level of the areola. Majority of such cases do not need correction as the asymmetry is very mild and does not cause much concern.

What are the benefits of breas-t asymmetry surgery?

However, in a small number of cases, the asymmetry is significant enough to trouble the person and they approach the plastic surgeon for correction.

Who is the right candidate for breas-t asymmetry surgery?

The asymmetry in the breas-ts vary in presentation. In some cases, it is normal development on one side with hypertrophy on the other. In the same cases it is a combination of normal and hypoplasia on the other side. The most severe asymmetries are seen in Poland’s Syndrome where there is complete absence of breas-t and nipple on one side, sometime even the underlying (pectorals) chest muscle is also absent.

What is the breas-t asymmetry procedure?

The treatment approach is aimed at equalising the appearance of both breas-ts in terms of size and shape. Following a detailed history and examination of the patient, treatment plan is drawn keeping the patient preferences in mind.

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