Women with asymmetrical breasts in Beverly Hills agree that one breast is slightly larger than the other. The fact is that almost all women have some degree of asymmetry in their breasts. Most often the differences are very mild or unnoticeable, but women who have been struggling with this unevenness for most of their lives can turn to breast augmentation for a viable solution.
Plenty of women feel self-conscious about having two different-sized breasts, and for some, the embarrassment is not worth revealing a sexy bikini at the beach. If you are unhappy with having asymmetrical breasts then Dr. Amir Tahernia, a board certified plastic surgeon may agree that you are a candidate for breast implants.
In most cases, a plastic surgeon will suggest that a patient undergo a procedure that addresses both breasts for the most rewarding results. This procedure will give women larger volume and breast shape that makes both breasts symmetrically even.
If a patient does not want to increase the size of each breast, Dr. Tahernia will suggest the alteration of only one breast with a small implant to match the naturally larger breast. Deciding the overall goal may be difficult, but scheduling a consultation will help make the decision process much easier.
The most important thing to consider about receiving breast augmentation to correct asymmetrical breasts is the right choice for you. If the natural look and feel that you receive with breast implants is the best solution to boost your confidence and self-esteem, then breast augmentation is the right choice for you.
According to a study published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 98 percent of women were satisfied with breast augmentation results. Researchers said that not only did women reveal that surgery results exceeded their expectations, but they also attained psychological improvement as researchers recorded 92 percent of women gained a boost in self-esteem.
If you are considering breast augmentation there are a few things to be aware of. A woman’s breasts continue to change in size until a woman is in her mid-twenties, so with time your breasts may become more symmetrical.
Another factor to consider is that weight fluctuations as well as pregnancy may affect the size and symmetry of your breasts. These events can lead to asymmetrical breasts as well, so speak with your plastic surgeon to help you decide if now is the right time for breast augmentation.
The ultimate breast augmentation goal is to get both breasts as even in size and shape as surgically possible. Asymmetrical breasts are not an issue you have to live with forever, call our offices now and find out how Dr. Tahernia can help correct your breast asymmetry.