Breast asymmetry is medically defined as a difference in size between one breast and the other. The size difference can vary from slight to more substantial. In one study published in the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, as many as 88 percent of women who request breast augmentation initially report breast asymmetry as a reason.
If you have recently had children, you may be experiencing sagging breasts or a change in breast shape or size. Dr. Parakh understands the changes that occur after childbirth because she has experienced them herself. She wants you to feel good about your body and the way you look.
There are several reasons why a woman might want a breast reduction. Her breasts may be so large that they cause her figure to be asymmetrical and cause her physical or mental pain. Her bra straps dig furrows into her shoulders, and the weight of her breasts can even affect her spine.
For women who have experienced breast cancer and a mastectomy as a result, or for women who have elected for mastectomy due to genetic factors related to breast cancer, breast reconstruction surgery can be an option to restore the appearance of the silhouette and figure after treatment.
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