Symptoms and Treatments of Tuberous Breast Correction in Sydney

Published July 24, 2014

Symptoms and Treatments of Tuberous Breast Correction in Sydney

Do you need tuberous breast correction in Sydney?

Are you in need of tuberous breast correction in Sydney? Such a condition is something that some women are born with. Although the condition is fairly rare – estimated to affect only about 5 percent of women in Australia, it can be serious enough to be called a deformity.

Most cases of women approaching Dr Tavakoli for tuberous breast surgery in Sydney often had the problem manifest during their puberty during the peak stages of breast development. Fortunately, tuberous breast surgery is oten an option for such patients in order to reshape and in some cases resize the breasts. The exact methods can vary, and this will be based on the patient’s desired results, as discussed with their surgeon.

Some common signs of tuberous breasts and tuberous breast correction in Australia

In Dr Tavakoli’s experience performing tuberous breast correction in Australia, he has seen the condition affect hundreds of women in different ways. Among its most common symptoms include:

Excessively large area

Cone shaped breast with a narrow breast base

Wide gap between the breasts

The absence of inframammary folds (loose skin beneath the breast)

Constriction of breast tissue forcing most of it unto the areola (nipple)

Lack of shape definition of the breast’s upper surface

A number of women who desire tuberous breast correction in Sydney a significan degree of breast asymmetry. Regardless of whether the problem affects either sides of the breast or both of them, tuberous breast correction can be a potential surgical treatment.

Corrective options

A typical procedure for tuberous breast correction in Sydney can be inherently more complex than other types of breast surgery operations because it can involve a number of different breast surgery operations in order to achieve the desired results. Dr Tavakoli usually starts out correcting tuberous breast deformities with a breast implant (breast augmentation mammoplasty).

Most patients also require additional treatments such as nipple correction surgery and mastopexy to reshape the breasts.

The procedure is often performed as an outpatient operation so patients are typically able to go home a few hours after the operation unless the surgeon recommends otherwise. Patients can then expect to spend the first few days recuperating and dealing with the discomfort (pain, swelling, bruising) that comes naturally with any surgical procedure.

Call Dr Tavakoli on 1300 368 107 for more information about tuberous breasts in Sydney.

Published By: Dr Kourosh Tavakoli

Dr Kourosh Tavakoli, MS, FRACS, is an Australian-trained plastic surgeon with over 20 years of surgical training. He is an active member of the International Society (ISAPS) and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). He is knowledgeable in plastic surgery of the breast and body and lectures extensively around the world on these topics.