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Breast Asymmetry

breast left facing hi resDid you know that nearly 90% of women have one breast that’s larger than the other? It’s called breast asymmetry and, as you can see, it’s quite common. In some women, the difference is so slight that you can barely tell but, for others, the difference can be a full bra size or more, causing social and sexual embarrassment, difficulty finding bras and blouses that fit, and low self-esteem.

If your breasts as asymmetric and you’re looking for options for correction, I can help you. During your private consultation at my Valparaiso or Schererville plastic surgery office, I will assess the differences in the size and shape of your breasts, review the options with you and, together, we’ll decide which procedure best meets your needs.

Three Solutions to Breast Asymmetry

  • Reduce the size of the larger breast
  • Increase the size of the smaller breast
  • Lift both breasts

Breast Reduction for Breast Asymmetry

A breast reduction is the option favored by Indiana women who wish to resolve their breast asymmetry by reducing the size of the larger breast. This elective plastic surgery option removes excess breast tissue and skin in the larger breast to approximate the size of the smaller breast. Read the details of breast reduction at my Indiana plastic surgery practice by clicking this link.

Breast Augmentation for Breast Asymmetry

Breast augmentation using breast implants is one of the most common procedures performed in the US. By inserting a breast implant, the smaller breast will more closely match the larger breast. There are numerous options in breast augmentation surgery in terms of placement of the implant, the size, shape and projection of the implant, and the material that fills the implant (i.e., saline, gel or form-stable gel).

Breast Lift for Breast Asymmetry

Many women discover that, as they age and breasts begin to sag, their asymmetry becomes even more apparent. A breast lift at my Indiana plastic surgery practice can create a more symmetric appearance by lifting both breasts and tightening the skin around them. The result: Perky, matching breasts! The lift may or may not include a breast implant or a breast reduction to create symmetric breasts, depending upon the level of your asymmetry.

When evaluating the options above, it’s important to know that I have many years of experience in breast enhancements. As a board certified plastic surgeon with offices in Valparaiso and Schererville, I’ve treated many women with asymmetric breasts to their great satisfaction. No more bra inserts to beef up the smaller breast, and a beautiful appearance in swimwear, blouses and “in the altogether”!

Call me at 800-721-3244 or complete this online contact form to schedule your breast evaluation today. You’ll be so glad you did!

To your health & beauty,

Gus Galante, MD, FACS
Board Certified Indiana Plastic Surgeon

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