Diving Into Tuberous Breast Correction

What is the first thing that is noticed in a woman besides her smile and eyes? If you answer this honestly, it is probably her breasts. Attractive breasts are a confidence builder for any woman and also a source of attention. What about those with small and saggy breasts? Do they stand a chance to feel beautiful?

Reasons for choosing Tuberous Breast Correction

Tuberous breasts is a deformity where breasts are underdeveloped and tube-like shaped. Although you may consider the famous Labrador adorable, you probably won’t be comfortable having breasts that remind you of his nose. This can be quite depressing and in long term lead to adverse psychological and psychosexual complications.

The tuberous breasts are not only small and underdeveloped, they may be asymmetrical with very high mammary fold and puffy areola. They are also saggy with a large gap between them creating an unnaturally wide cleavage. This is limiting even when choosing a bra that fits.

Considering the above characteristics and the fact that breasts are an attraction feature in a woman’s body, it is rather logical to improve the appearance of your breasts if you have the chance.

Tubular Breasts Surgery

In most cases, the appearance of tubular breasts can be improved surgically by releasing the constrictions that cause the deformity in order to stretch the tissues before inserting silicone implants. This augmentation using implants increase the size of tuberous breasts giving them the fullness they are lacking.

Because tuberous breasts cause the mammary fold to be very high (the curve beneath the breasts where the underwire of the bra lies), some patients may require a breast lift. This will bring the breasts to their normal position and give you an attractive cleavage.

Tuberous breasts are known to cause puffy and bulging areola. This can also be corrected to create a logical proportion between the nipple, areola and the rest of the breast.

This is a major surgery procedure and therefore the patient needs to be sure of the decision they are making. However, it can be performed for outpatients where the patient returns home the same day of the surgery.

It can take up to several weeks to heal but the most discomforting days are the first two days. During these days, the patient is advised to rest and take oral painkillers provided by the hospital.

Side Effects

The most common side effect of breast surgery is capsular contraction. This is the shrinking and contraction of the scar capsule (fibrous membrane formed around the implant) which in return squeezes the implant. This can appear in both or one breast resulting in asymmetrical breasts.

Other effects are such as bleeding from the pocket containing the implant, infection, loss of sensation on the skin or nipple among others.

The implant can be exposed due to inadequate tissue cover, capsule formation, severe wrinkling or even infection that erodes the skin.

Most women have successfully nursed their babies but anything can happen inhibiting you from breastfeeding.

How much does it cost?

There is no specific value for the procedure because every person is unique and the procedures involved may be different. Some insurance companies cover this surgery while others do not so if you are seeking these services in Australia, look for a company that will insure your surgery.