Breast Asymmetry Correction Surgery
Breast asymmetry, or extremely unequal breasts, can make you feel uncomfortable and self-conscious. When choosing clothing, women with an uneven contour frequently go to great efforts to cover up the discrepancy, purposefully avoiding attractive bras and swimwear.
Breast asymmetry surgery, which entails the reduction or expansion of one breast to achieve a more even balance, is a long-term solution to the issue of uneven breasts. The outcomes are transformative for many women, allowing them to dress in ways that highlight rather than conceal their curves.
Breast Asymmetry Surgery
You must be older than 18 or have fully grown breasts in order to have breast asymmetry surgery. The first step is to schedule a casual meeting with us. We will evaluate your breasts during this session and discuss your options for dealing with breast asymmetry with you.
If your breasts are asymmetrical, you can enlarge your smaller breast or shrink your larger breast to get an even breast contour. The issue can occasionally be resolved with breast raise surgery (mastopexy), either on one or both breasts, but breast asymmetry surgery is by far the most popular option.
What is Breast asymmetry correction?
If there are any visible disparities between the breasts, surgery to fix breast asymmetry can help. Minor variations between your breasts are normal, but if these variations are significant, one or both breasts can be altered to be more equal in size, shape, or position.
There are a few options depending on the size of the difference between your breasts and your unique breast characteristics. These include enlarging the smaller breast (breast augmentation), shrinking the larger breast (breast reduction), enlarging or shrinking both breasts, or raising a drooping breast into a more normal position (breast lift).
Breast Asymmetry Surgery Risks
Breast asymmetry surgery-specific risks include issues including bleeding, infection, or anesthesia-related reactions. By carefully observing our suggestions both before and after the procedure, you can lower your risks.
Even if you take every precaution to conceal them, breast augmentation and reduction operations will leave noticeable, long-lasting scars, however you can usually hide the majority of them with your bra and swimsuit. Smokers are more likely to experience slow healing and bigger scars.
Some people undergoing this sort of surgery run the risk of permanently losing feeling in their breasts or nipples. Rarely, the tissue in the nipple and areola may stop receiving blood and die. A shrinking breast is impossible to breastfeed on in the future. Therefore, it is a suitable treatment for women who are not planning to become pregnant.
Is Breast Asymmetry Surgery Painful?
Breast asymmetry can be performed with breast augmentation, reduction or implant support. Therefore, it is quite natural for patients to wonder if the treatment is painful. No matter how breast asymmetry surgery is performed. It will not be painful. Although it is possible for the incision site to sting a little right after the surgery, this pain will end with the medications given to you and will not be permanent.
Is Anesthesia Used in Breast Asymmetry Surgery?
Yes, general or local anesthetic is necessary for breast asymmetry correction surgery. Although it is risky, modern anesthetic is safe and effective. For additional information, feel free to contact us.
You will be questioned by your surgeon or anesthesiologist about any medications you now take or have taken, as well as any potential allergies. Before surgery, make sure you have a current list.
What do I need to do after surgery?
Your incisions may receive dressings or bandages after your procedure. To reduce swelling and support your operation site as it heals, you can be dressed in a supportive garment or wrapped in an elastic bandage. It is also possible to temporarily insert a tiny, thin tube under the skin to drain any extra blood or liquid that may accumulate.
You must take at least a few days off from work to recover. Till your surgeon gives the all-clear, refrain from heavy lifting, vigorous exercise, swimming, and rigorous sports.
Inform your surgeon right away if you have any of the following signs or symptoms:
- Temperature higher than 38°C or chills
- Heavy bleeding from the incisions
- Worsening redness around the incision sites
- Increasing pain or tenderness, or other problems that appear to be worsening
Your surgeon will give you specific instructions on post-operative care. These instructions may include:
- How to care for your surgical site(s) following surgery
- Medications to apply or take orally to aid healing and reduce the risk of infection
- Specific concerns to look for at the surgical site(s) or in your general health
- When to follow-up with your surgeon
Breast Asymmetry Surgery Prices
Breast asymmetry correction prices are highly variable. These prices, which may vary depending on the needs of each patient, will also be different for each clinic. For this reason, it is important which treatment the patients need in breast asymmetry. If you also have breast asymmetry, you can get an online consultation to learn about treatment costs. With online consultation, you can find out which of the surgeries you are suitable for is breast augmentation correction or breast reduction surgery.
Turkey Breast Asymmetry Surgery Prices
Breast asymmetry correction has quite varying prices. In addition, which country the patients prefer for their treatment will also affect the prices. While breast asymmetry correction surgeries in England or breast asymmetry correction surgeries in Germany have very high prices, breast asymmetry correction surgeries in Turkey will be much more affordable. For this reason, you should not choose a clinic for treatment without getting a price with online consultation. Turkey breast Asymmetry correction prices will start at € 2800.