Breast Asymmetry Correction

Breast asymmetry can be caused by weight, age, genetics, gravity, pregnancy, and many other factors. While this condition can significantly impact a person’s body image, various corrective options can create a more rounded, symmetrical breast appearance for an instant confidence boost.

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Pre and Post Operative Instructions

Breast asymmetry correction is a popular choice for women that want to create a balanced chest. Many patients that undergo this procedure present with the following concerns:

Breasts that differ in size, shape, or position

Breasts that are too small or large, as well as asymmetric

Tuberous breast deformity that results in uneven breasts

Self-consciousness about your appearance due to your breasts

Avoidance of some clothing or activities because of your appearance


Before surgery

Breast asymmetry correction will differ depending on the extent of the asymmetry and the patient’s individual goals. Both breasts will likely undergo augmentation to achieve complete symmetry.

A patient care concierge will guide you through the entire consultation process, which can be attended in person or virtually. During the consultation, your surgeon will learn about your goals, answer any questions, and perform an examination to create a personalized surgical plan. You will then be matched with a surgical coordinator who will walk you through each step of the preoperative process.

Stop smoking
Fill prescriptions
Stop taking medications and supplements that exacerbate bleeding
Plan time away from work, childcare, and pet care for recovery
Find a family member or friend to bring you home and assist you after surgery

During surgery

There are a variety of surgical options available to correct breast asymmetry. The most common options include one or a combination of the following:

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Breast Asymmetry Correction

Breast augmentation with implants

Breast reduction

Breast lift

Regardless of the operation performed, incisions will be placed in inconspicuous areas to minimize visible scarring. Common locations include the breast crease underneath the breast and encircling the areola. If the breasts are enlarged, your surgeon will create a pocket to place the implants. Excess skin and tissue will be excised to create smaller, perkier breasts if a reduction or a lift is performed. All incisions are closed using layering techniques that reduce tension and promote better wound healing. A sterile dressing is applied over the incisions, and a surgical bra may also be placed to hold the breasts in position to protect them as they begin to heal.

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Surgery Duration
3 hours

After surgery

It is typical to experience some swelling and soreness for the first few days following a breast augmentation. Patients typically begin feeling better within three days and return to work within the week if their job is not overly strenuous. Pain, swelling, and sensitivity will linger for a few weeks but subside enough to allow you to return to most activities. 

Patients are encouraged to walk immediately after surgery to prevent blood clots and improve circulation. Rigorous exercise should be restricted for two weeks, and upper-body activities should be avoided for six weeks.

Your surgeon will provide specific instructions for optimal post-operative care, including an advanced scar management protocol after the initial healing period. Your surgical team is always available and will closely monitor your recovery in the weeks and months following surgery.

Initial Recovery Period
1 week
Final Results
6 months
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