Uneven breasts are very common. Dr. Wendel performs breast asymmetry correction using combinations of breast augmentation, breast lift with or without implants, and/or breast reduction to restore size, shape and symmetry to uneven breasts. Tuberous breasts, sometimes called tubular breasts, is a congenital breast condition that may be mild or severe. It occurs in both men and women and can involve one or both breasts. The condition is not uncommon, affecting about 5% of the population. Plastic surgical correction may involve breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction or a combination of these surgical procedures.
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Do you have uneven breasts? Are you embarrassed that your breasts are different sizes or have different shapes? Is it difficult for you to find bras or bathing suits that fit? If so, you might be a good candidate for breast asymmetry correction.
Uneven breasts typically develop during puberty and may get worse as a women’s breasts change with age, pregnancy or changes in weight. To correct uneven breasts, plastic surgery is often necessary.
Breast symmetry surgery may involve breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction or a combination of these approaches. The smaller breast can be made bigger with a breast implant to match the larger one, or the larger breast can be lifted and reduced to match the smaller one. Sometimes, plastic surgery on both breasts is needed.
Dr. Wendel will carefully go over all your options to see what might be right for you. It is common for women to have their breasts redone later in life, especially after having children. Women’s breasts change over time. Long term, the reoccurrence of uneven breasts is often the rule and not the exception.
Dr. Wendel will perform the surgery in Nashville, TN using anesthesia in a fully accredited surgical facility. Surgery is expected to take 1-3 hours and is usually an outpatient procedure. Drainage tubes are not typically necessary.
Tuberous Breast Surgery may involve minimal or several incisions on one or both breasts. The herniated nipple areola complex can be made smaller and repositioned on the breast if needed. Breast implants can be used to add volume and shape to smaller breasts if desired.
Following the surgery, Dr. Wendel will go over your recovery instructions with you, in order to minimize any discomfort.
Tuberous breasts, sometimes called tubular breasts, is a congenital breast condition that can occur in men and women and can involve one or both breasts. The condition usually becomes apparent during pubertal breast development and is marked by a combination of the following characteristics on either the right or the left breast:
Tuberous Breasts is not uncommon, affecting about 5% of the population. It may be mild or severe. The condition can interfere with breastfeeding but is not known to be associated with infertility. Other common names associated with Tuberous Breasts are tubular breasts, constricted breasts, herniated areolas, breast hypoplasia, and congenital breast asymmetry. Plastic surgery is often necessary to correct Tuberous Breasts.
Plastic surgical correction may involve breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction or a combination of these surgical procedures. At the time of your consultation, Dr. Wendel will assess your needs, wants and go over your options to see what might best suit your goals. It is common for women with tubular breasts to have their breasts redone later in life, especially after having children. Women’s breasts change over time. Unevenness often comes back years later.
A relatively rare occurrence at birth, Poland Syndrome typically presents on only one side of the body. Patients with Poland Syndrome may be missing parts of their chest muscle and/or breast, making it appear underdeveloped or even missing. The breast may also have nipple or areola issues, none of which specifically cause health problems. Dr. Wendel has experience in restoring a natural-looking breast for patients with Poland Syndrome. He can surgically reconstruct the chest wall and significantly improve breast symmetry by using several combination techniques, which may include Breast Implants, Breast Reconstruction with Latissimus Dorsi and/or Breast Fat Transfer. Nipple and areola correction is also possible with Nipple Surgery.
Dr. Wendel has 15 years of experience correcting tuberous and asymmetrical breasts using a variety of procedures.