On my previous post I explained how there’s a huge difference with my breasts. The right one being a DD cup and my left being a C/D cup. It’s one of my biggest insecurities ever and I most definitely want to get breast implants but wanted to know what would make my breast equally the same size which my goal is a D cup.. would I need a breast reduction on my right breast? Thanks in advance!
It does appear that you would benefit from a lift/reduction on your larger side to better approximate the smaller one. Hope this helps.
As a female plastic surgeon, I see many women with breast asymmetries. It is very common. The breasts are sisters, not twins. Although I can only see one angle from the photo, it does appear that you may need a lift and reduction to match the larger breast with the smaller breast. Upon examination, you can discuss with your surgeon if you want to add volume with an implant and you can choose the size. The implants and the symmetry procedure can likely be performed during the same surgery.
Hello and thank you for your question. Having breast asymmetry is very normal - everyone is asymmetrical to some degree, so first know that you are not alone. This is a common question from my breast surgery patients. You should consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon to create a plan that meets your goals. One option is to reduce the right breast at the same time as placing breast implants. You can also consider placing a larger implant in the left breast to match the right in size. This may work in some patients but would not be my first choice for you. The symmetry correction and implant placement can be done at the same time. I hope this helps answer your questions. Best of luck!
Thank you for your question because it is SO COMMON. As other posters have said, you are not alone. I always ask patients which breast they like more and start there. If you like the left more than the right, then you are looking at a breast reduction (that includes a lift) on the right side. If you prefer the right one, then you will be offered a breast implant or fat grafting. In that case, to make them more symmetric, you will still need a little lift on the right side if you implant the left. No advice on this forum should replace a physical exam and evaluation in person with a board certified plastic surgeon. Your problem is very common and does require surgery to correct it. Luckily the surgery and the post-operative healing period is usually pretty short.