Understanding Tuberous Breasts
Many people characterise tubular breasts as simply underdeveloped breasts; however, this is not necessarily the case. Tubular breasts problems can be mild or severe and can have many varying symptoms such as:
- Usual spacing between breasts
- Enlarged areolas
- Lack of breast tissue
- And more
If tuberous breasts are affecting your life in a negative way, there are steps that you can take. Many women chose tuberous breast surgery to achieve a more rounded and fuller look to their breasts.
The right Tuberous Breasts procedures
With tuberous breasts, there may be differences to typical breast augmentation due to factors such as differing breast sizes. It may also be recommended that you undergo other breast surgeries such as nipple reduction to achieve your desired outcome.
This is why during your consultation your cosmetic doctor will explain the best course of action for your specific needs.
3 important things to understand about Tuberous Breasts
How long does a Tuberous Breasts correction take?
Typically, a tuberous breast correct surgery can take around 2 hours and is almost always conducted under general anaesthetic.
Depending on your specific needs, this time may be longer and you could require multiple surgeries.
During your consultation, your doctor will explain what type of tuberous breast correction surgery may suit you best.
How common are Tuberous Breasts?
Tuberous breasts are common in a lot of women across Australia and the condition can often go unnoticed due to a lack of knowledge.
The characteristics of tuberous breasts can be severe or mild and can be apparent in one or both breasts.
Tuberous breasts are not a direct threat to your health; however, many women find that they can have a detrimental impact on their confidence.