What is Involved in Breast Asymmetry Correction Surgery?

What is Involved in Breast Asymmetry Correction Surgery?

Asymmetrical breasts can have an adverse effect on a woman’s self-image. Correction surgery allows women to achieve their desired contours through reduction, enhancement, and/or repositioning. Whether you’re unhappy with the size or shape of your breasts due to natural causes, hormonal changes, or trauma, breast asymmetry correction can help improve your quality of life.

At Correa Plastic Surgery, Dr. Correa routinely performs breast correction surgery for a variety of reasons. He takes the time to understand each woman’s concerns and works with her to customize a treatment plan to help her safely and effectively reach her ultimate goals. Dr. Correa is a board-certified plastic surgeon who has transformed hundreds of women’s lives through breast enhancement surgeries.

During your in-person consult, Dr. Correa will walk you through every aspect of your procedure from start to finish. Correa Plastic Surgery is committed to helping you make an informed decision about what’s right for you. Today, we’ll take a look at what you can expect from your corrective surgery before, during, and after.

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Before Your Procedure

Prior to your asymmetry correction surgery, you’ll meet with Dr. Correa several times to determine your candidacy for the procedure. Your appointment will then be scheduled and you’ll be given pre-operative instructions including restricting certain medications, alcohol use, and smoking.

Breast Asymmetry Correction Surgery

Breast asymmetry correction surgery is done on an outpatient basis under general anesthesia. The procedure itself varies depending on your individual needs. Your surgery may involve reduction of one or both breasts, implants, removal of excess skin, or repositioning of the nipple. Dr. Correa uses advanced surgical techniques to maximize the outcome of your procedure with as little pain, downtime, or scarring as possible.

Recovery & Results

After your procedure, you’ll need someone to drive you home and stay with you up to 24-48 hours. You should plan at least several days for bed rest and recovery following your surgery. Normal activities can typically be incorporated into your daily routine after about 1-2 weeks. It can take upwards of 6+ months for your new breasts to ‘settle’ into their final position.

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Noticeable improvement can be seen immediately after breast enhancement surgery. Continued improvement gradually occurs as post-surgical swelling dissipates over the course of several weeks. You’ll enjoy a better fit to bras, swimwear, and clothing after your corrective procedure. Women who have previously avoided certain activities due to asymmetrical breasts can benefit from a much-needed boost in self-confidence.

Is Breast Asymmetry Correction Surgery Right for You?

You may be a good fit for breast correction surgery if you’re bothered by the size or shape of overly asymmetrical breasts. The surgery is highly personalized making it unique to your individual needs. Dr. Correa will speak with you about your concerns and give you several options to achieve your desired results at the time of your initial consultation.

Dr Correa and his staff were extremely welcoming and helpful throughout my process with them. They made everything a breeze for me and the price for my procedures in comparison to his competitors only helped with my decision.

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Interested in learning more about Breast Correction procedures? Schedule your free consultation with Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon 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.

*Individual results may vary.

By | 2019-08-06T10:10:29+00:00 March 6th, 2019|Breast Asymmetry Correction|0 Comments
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