Breast Asymmetry

Asymmetric breasts occur in a lot of women. It is a common condition where one breast is smaller or larger than the other. Women with asymmetrical breasts often have difficulty finding clothing, a bra, or even a swimsuit that fits perfectly. While it’s not something that is life-threatening, it can make women feel self-conscious – but there is a way to address this problem. Corrective breast surgery can create more evenly shaped and sized breasts that can help with their self-confidence.
Before a breast asymmetry procedure, the patient will undergo an initial consultation with a plastic and reconstructive surgeon. The doctor will assess the patient, and provide recommendations to address the issue. Depending on what is required, the surgeon may decide to insert an implant to fill out the smaller breast and match the size of the other, but this might not be necessary and depends on the individual client.

The surgeon will discuss with the patient how the procedure will be carried out. When an implant is to be used, the doctor will determine the shape and size of the asymmetric breast prior to the surgery. He or she will explain the different implant types that are best suited for the case.

Another solution might be to reposition the areola and nipple of the smaller breast to match the other breast. However, it is important to understand that no two breasts are identical. As the saying goes, “they are sisters, not twins”. There will always be slight differences between two breasts. The surgeon will do what he or she can to make the asymmetric breast shape and size to look more alike.

The procedure is normally conducted under a general anaesthetic. The time the surgery takes should be discussed with the patient by the surgeon during the pre-surgery consultation. It is crucial to ask as many questions as possible before the procedure to ensure you understand the whole process.

What happens during recovery

The patient may feel fatigued right after the surgery. It is normal to feel some soreness around the area, and the breasts may feel tender. The surgeon may also prescribe medications to help the patient manage the pain and discomfort. A surgical bra may be worn to support the breast – some surgeons choose not to recommend a surgical support bra – it’s a personal thing.

Rest is highly recommended during the first few days following the surgery. The patient may also feel faint for several days post-procedure, and this is perfectly normal as the body is healing.

Swelling and/or bruising may be seen around the breast. It is recommended that the patient stay home to recuperate for as long as needed (usually at least a week or so). The patient might feel ready to gently return to normal activities a week or more after surgery.

The newly-shaped breast will gradually “settle” into its natural position during the healing process.

Risks and Complications

Asymmetry breast procedures are comparatively safe with extremely rare complications. As with any type of surgery, developing an infection or an adverse reaction to anaesthesia may occur. Such instances are rare, but the surgeon and their team should monitor the patient’s condition and treat the reaction or infection.

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Amelia's Breast Augmentation Boob Job helps Amelia with her female transition February 18, 2021 - I recently spent the day with one of the funnest, funniest, loveliest, sweetest souls, Amelia, and her amazing boyfriend Josh. Already in such a short time, they’ve both captured a part of my heart. Amelia identifies as a transgender female, as she is currently undergoing her transition from male to female. Her breast augmentation is a huge step for her in her transition. The day started with us contemplating what this surgery meant to Amelia. While some women may not be happy with the size of their breasts, through puberty they have natural breast growth. Although Amelia has always known she was a female trapped in the wrong body, she did not grow breasts like most females do, even after being on hormones for over two years. Because of this, having a breast augmentation was always going to be on the cards for her. Amelia wanted breasts from the time she was 16 years old, she says “like most girls”. I can’t even imagine the frustration in life when you feel the ‘outside’ doesn’t match the ‘inside’. I can only relate to something similar feeling when I sometimes look in the mirror – I feel like I’m still in my […]
Dr Patrick Briggs Post Pregnancy Mummy Makeover with Dr Patrick Briggs – I want my body back! February 9, 2021 - Many Mothers have said “I want my body back” after pregnancy, childbirth and breast feeding Pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding are usually a wonderful time for a woman. It fulfils her biological drive and the strength of emotions experienced helps confirm her biological identity. The anticipation of pregnancy leads to the joy of childbirth and continues with the incredible feeling of bonding while breastfeeding. For most women this time in their life is one that they remember fondly. Psychologically these powerful feelings of caring for a helpless, joyful and beautiful being offset the changes that may have occurred in the biological journey. I am often asked by women who have not yet had children what will happen to their bodies after the sequence of pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. Unfortunately this is an almost impossible question to answer, for not only does the individuality of genetics play a very significant role but also other factors will add or detract from the eventual outcome. Some women only have one pregnancy, “carry small” during pregnancy and do not breastfeed. Clearly the physical changes of such an individual will be entirely different from a woman who has multiple pregnancies, tend to make a lot of […]
after surgery care Getting it right the second time around – the importance of after surgery care February 5, 2021 - Jem always wanted more boobs, and when she realised they weren’t going to grow any more than her AA size, at the age of 25 she started to do some research on breast augmentation. One of the first clinics to come up on her internet travels were The Cosmetic Institute (TCI), and Jem booked herself in. Not everything went smoothly though, and she ended up having to have a revision with WA Plastic Surgeon Dr Mark Hanikeri to fix her capsular contraction. Jem shared her story with us about getting it right the second time around – the importance of after surgery care. Jem was excited about finally having her breast augmentation and had a bilateral breast augmentation with TCI. It initially seemed to be fine, but then after an injury her left breast swelled up. She went straight back to TCI to have it checked out. “I sustained an injury to my left breast in Feb 2017 and it literally swelled up overnight like a balloon. I went for scans etc, and was told everything was fine – that the scar tissue capsule had just ruptured and to let it heal. Never once did I speak to my surgeon […]
Mummy Makeover Dr Jeremy Hunt Facebook Live December 7, 2020 - Dr Jeremy Hunt is one of Australia’s most recognised in mummy makeover, experienced and skilled plastic surgeons and we were lucky enough to have him on FB live. For those of you who missed it, here’s the video. If you have any questions regarding Mummy Makeover for Dr Hunt, please contact his clinic.   Further Reading about Dr Jeremy Hunt Mummy Makeover – Breast and Tummy Surgery post pregnancy Mummy Makeover Sydney by Dr Hunt See Before and After Mummy Makeover Sydney Patients Photos Read more Blogs by Dr Jeremy Hunt Chloe’s Patient Story – My New Nose and Breasts with Dr Jeremy Hunt One of these is bigger than the other – Breast Asymmetry with Dr Jeremy Hunt Dr Jeremy Hunt – Rhinoplasty to Improve Appearance and Airway Further Reading Related to Mummy Makeover  Post-Pregnancy Procedures Perth WA Plastic Surgeon | Post Pregnancy Surgery Perth Mummy Makeover in Sydney – Soliman Plastic Surgery Post-Pregnancy Surgeries Melbourne Contact Dr Jeremy Hunt Sydney Plastic Surgeon If you’d like to arrange a consultation with Dr Jeremy Hunt phone 1300 157 200, or email [email protected] To find out more visit  Dr Jeremy Hunt’s website.

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