Breast asymmetry occurs when one breast does not develop fully compared with the other. This is not uncommon; in truth, no woman’s breasts are exactly the same on the left and the right. But when we refer to breast asymmetry, we are talking about a woman whose breasts differ in size by a half-cup or more.
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At your free consultation, Dr. Eisenberg will examine and measure you. Oftentimes, women know that their breasts are different sizes, but they don’t know how much of a difference there is – and this is important in determining the surgical approach. You’ll see pictures of actual patients with breast asymmetry who are of a similar height, weight and frame as you. Depending on the extent of the asymmetry and what you hope to accomplish, you might be a candidate for a breast augmentation with breast implants of different sizes, a breast lift, a breast reduction, or some combination of these procedures. For more information about what’s involved in surgery and recovery, click on the above links to these three procedures.
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