Published February 28, 2014

About Tuberous Breast Surgery

Are you interested in tuberous breast surgery? As a fairly complex cosmetic surgical procedure, it would certainly be best to know all that you can about it such as what the procedure is for and whether it is the right option for you.

While the condition is fairly uncommon, some women do have a problem with tuberous breasts which is characterized by drooping, saggy and cone-shaped breasts. Such conditions can be a great source of embarrassment for women especially when it often leads to asymmetrical breast proportions (one breast is larger or smaller than the other) which makes the problem all the more apparent.

What causes tuberous breasts in women?

According to case studies observed by Dr Tavakoli while completing tuberous breast surgery in Sydney, tuberous breasts are rare and sometimes disfiguring condition which often starts as a mild case during puberty in response to hormone changes in a woman’s body. Health conditions leading to rapid weight loss can also aggravate such problems. In severe cases, a tubular breast can become misshapen and awkward enough to cause deformations in the areola/nipples causing discomfort and embarrassment.

Needless to say, women afflicted with the problem of tuberous breasts can experience a great deal of emotional and psychological pain as the condition can adversely affects their appearance and self confidence. Fortunately it is not a problem that women simply need to live with thanks to a restorative and corrective cosmetic surgical procedure that Dr Tavakoli offers called tuberous breast surgery.

Tuberous breast surgery in Sydney as a corrective surgical solution

Most women with tubular breast problems are often reluctant to seek out help for improvement due to shame and lack of confidence. Nevertheless, it is not a problem that women are resigned to live with and Dr Tavakoli is a skilled cosmetic surgical professional that specializes in treating such conditions.

Cosmetic surgical operations for treating tubular breast problems can be fairly complex so women interested in undergoing such treatments need to make sure that they know all that they can about the procedure and refer to a qualified and highly experienced cosmetic surgeon for help. Call us on 1300 368 107 and book a consultation see if we can help you.

Dr Tavakoli represents some of the best choices in cosmetic surgery in Australia. He provides genuine before and after photos as well as actual patient referrals to attest to his unrivaled expertise.

Now while tuberous breast surgery in Australia can be relatively complex, as it can involve a number of breast surgeries to complete (breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, etc), it can be highly effective in yielding the right symmetry for one’s breast and significantly improve its appearance. In many cases, breast reduction or breast implants are often enough to correct mild cases of breast asymmetry due to tubular breasts. Depending on the extent of the problem, patients can expect some degree of scarring. Dr Tavakoli recommends the use of a specially formulated oil to help scars disappear completely.

If tubular breast problems are serious enough to bring you pain and/or lower your confidence then there is no reason to be burdened by it for the rest of your life. Breast deformities are more common than most people think and corrective cosmetic surgical operations like tubular breast surgery can bring life-changing results for a fulfilled and happier you.

Published By: Dr Kourosh Tavakoli

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