Are you interested in undergoing tuberous breast surgery in Australia? What exactly are tuberous breasts and what can such a breast surgery operation do for you? Tuberous breast correction in Sydney is widely regarded as one of the most complex among breast surgery operations. Hence it would be best to know all that you can about tuberous breast correction and whether it’s something that you really want to look into.
Now tuberous or tubular breasts is a congenital condition experienced by a fair percentage of women in the country wherein the base of the breast becomes too constricted during development. The pressure forces most of the breast tissues to develop outward into an irregular appearance. In most cases, the constricted tissues causes enlargement of the areola along with high infra-mammary folds resulting in a tube-like appearance – hence the name.
Tuberous breast correction with Dr Tavakoli
One of the first things that women ought to know about tubular breast surgery in Australia is that it often involves a number of surgical operations to complete. It’s not uncommon for tuberous breast surgery in Australia to require breast implants (augmentation mammoplasty) and nipple correction surgery, depending on the desired results.
What to expect when it comes to tuberous breast surgery
Now breast surgeons can go about performing tuberous breast surgery in Australia in a number of ways and for Dr Tavakoli, the initial concern is to figure out the desired breast size for his patients. Of course it’s a decision that will need to be made by both parties during the consultation process.
A trained and reputable tuberous breast surgeon ought to be able to help fully prepare their patients for the aforementioned procedure by explaining the procedure every step of the way. Women interested in tuberous breast correction surgery need to understand what the procedure can do for them if only to set the right expectations. Patients can expect Dr Tavakoli to discuss the process in a comprehensive manner during the consultation process along with a summary of the appropriate surgical techniques to be performed during the operation.
Are you looking to take the next step and arrange a consultation with our very own Dr. Tavakoli? Call us on 1300 368 107!