While some women are simply unhappy with the breasts they were naturally given, uneven breast size can occur for many reasons. Different sized breasts can be a result of hormonal changes, post-pregnancy volume loss, or medical conditions. The bothersome problem can have adverse effects on your self-esteem to the point of avoiding certain clothing options or social activities.
There is a solution. It’s called asymmetrical breast correction, and it can be a life-altering procedure for women who are bothered by uneven breast size. Dr. Bryan Correa routinely performs this surgery for women of all ages and prides himself on producing excellent results in breast asymmetry correction.
Dr. Correa is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon with the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He attended UCLA School of Medicine and did a full residency in Plastic Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine. When he’s not performing surgery on patients, he dedicates his time to staying up-to-date on the latest surgical techniques available. But, Dr. Bryan Correa isn’t just a surgeon. Dr. Correa provides compassionate care to each and every patient that walks through his door.
How Does Asymmetrical Breast Correction Work?
Asymmetrical breast correction starts with an in-person consultation. You’ll be asked to bring in photos of breasts that you find visibly appealing. Dr. Correa will perform a breast evaluation and spend time getting to know both your concerns and goals. Together, you’ll create a custom treatment plan to address them successfully.
Breast correction is a total rejuvenation process. The procedure may entail increasing or decreasing breast volume as needed, lifting and repositioning the breasts, and/or changing the size and shape of the areola. Dr. Correa meticulously uses advanced surgical techniques to give patients the best possible outcome with the least amount of scarring or downtime.
What Results Can I Expect?
After your asymmetrical correction, you’ll notice a better, more balanced profile. Whether your surgery involves implants or a reduction, your two breasts will be as closely matched as possible. Most women report a better fit to clothing and a boost in self-confidence immediately following their procedure. As post-surgical swelling subsides over the course of several weeks to several months, the final outcome of your surgery will become apparent.
Take the Next Step
Interested in learning more about Breast Asymmetry Correction? Schedule your free consultation with Dr. Correa by filling out the form on this page or by calling Correa Plastic Surgery at (281) 419-9119. Proudly serving patients in The Woodlands & Houston, TX.