Asymmetrical breasts are actually the rule rather than the exception, and there are a number of options for making your breasts look and feel more proportionate.
Because no one’s breasts are perfectly identical and the condition of uneven breasts varies by individual, your personal consultation with board-certified Connecticut plastic surgeon Dr. Stanley Foster will determine the procedure or blend of procedures best suited to correct your asymmetrical breasts and achieve your aesthetic goals.
Options for Correcting Asymmetrical Breasts
The options for correcting asymmetrical breasts are fundamentally simple: reduce your larger breast, or augment your smaller breast. Achieving well-proportioned, symmetrical breasts can be accomplished through a single procedure or combination of procedures including:
Factors Affecting the Correction of Asymmetrical Breasts
Your individual treatment plan for correcting uneven breasts will depend on a number of factors including:
- Your personal preferences
- Your body type
- The position of your breasts
- The condition of your breast tissue
Physical characteristics of your breasts, including the position of your areolas and nipples, as well as differences in shape and volume, will also play a role in deciding the best procedural options for your personal needs and goals.