Tuberous breast surgeries in Sydney – what can it do for you?
Tuberous breast surgery in Sydney is one option that you can look into for treating breast asymmetry (one breast being smaller or bigger than the other) particularly among women with tuberous breasts. While it is perfectly normal for women to experience some degree of asymmetry in their breasts, the difference in some women may prompt them to seek surgery. If that sounds like you then a tubular breast surgery operation is an option you may consider.
Is tuberous breast surgery in Sydney the right solution for you?
Tuberous breasts are common, and it’s not always necessary to get surgery. Women who seek surgery to correct this condition usually do so for cosmetic (appearance) reasons. In extreme cases, the breasts can resemble a cone and tube-like appearance that point downwards with enlarged areolas. Now one thing that women ought to know about tuberous breast correction in Sydney is that it can be a rather complicated and costly operation. Many breast surgeons would go as far as to say that it is the most complex of breast surgery operations because it often involves multiple types of breast surgery operations in order to achieve the desired results – breast augmentation mammoplasty, breast reduction mammoplasty, nipple correction surgery, etc.
Considering that tuberous breasts are often characterised by excessively ptotic breasts and noticeable asymmetry, breast implants or augmentation mammoplasty alone generally isn’t enough. In most cases, the base of the breasts would have to be enlarged to ease the constriction and insert a breast implant. In some cases, the areola would have to be treated via nipple correction surgery in order to achieve the desired results.
The surgery requires experience and special knowledge so it would be best to seek out the services of a properly qualified surgeon such as Dr Tavakoli. Call us on 1300 368 107 to arrange a consultation!
If tuberous breasts are something that is causing you distress, you can discuss your concerns with a surgeon. Such irregularities in a woman’s breasts are more common than you might think and can be treated with tuberous breast surgery in Sydney!