Breast Asymmetry Surgery
|Duration||1 - 3 hours|
|Hospital Stay||0 - 1 night|
|Recovery||2 - 6 weeks|
|Addresses||Asymmetrical, misshaped breasts.|
Almost every woman has one breast that is somewhat bigger than the other, but for some women the difference in size and shape can be extreme. If you suffer from uneven, asymmetrical breasts, then Breast Asymmetry Surgery can help you achieve a more symmetrical bust via Breast Augmentation or Breast Reduction.
Cosmetic Surgery Before & After Examples
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Is this right for me?
It is important that you take the time to think carefully about your reasons for wanting breast asymmetry surgery. It can give great results but it will not necessarily change you as a person. There has never been a greater time to have breast surgery. Advances in cosmetic technology and a positive change in attitudes towards cosmetic surgery has made breast asymmetry more popular than ever before: the results are much more natural looking and recovery time is far less than it used to be.
If you are in good health but have deep concerns regarding the shape and feel of your breasts, and understand what the procedure involves then you are suitable for surgery.
What the procedure involves
Following your surgery your breasts will be feeling sore, bruised and swollen for up to a week. We provide safe and effective painkillers to help ease any pain and discomfort. The dressings will stay in place for two weeks following surgery.
We recommend that you avoid returning to work for at least a week for optimal recovery and sufficient rest. It will be six weeks or more before you can resume playing sports or other strenuous activities.
You will be required to have follow up visits with your surgeon in order for surgical wounds to be checked and cleaned. Your surgeon will check on your progress and answer any questions you may have.
Breast Asymmetry Surgery at Bella Vou
Asymmetrical breasts can come in all shapes and sizes, but they pose similar problems. Not only is it difficult to find bras that fit comfortably and clothes that don’t draw attention to your uneven cleavage, but having misshapen breasts can ruin your self-confidence.
Breast Asymmetry involves either one (or a combination of) the following:
What does Breast Assymetry Surgery involve?
It is very rare to find a woman with perfectly symmetrical breasts, Breast Asymmetry Surgery makes it possible to create a more even bust, either through a surgical reduction of the larger breast, or placing an implant into the smaller breast.
The aim of this type of surgery is to try to match the two breasts in size and shape, as closely as possible. As a result, the procedure that is best for you will depend on your individual situation, and your cosmetic surgeon will discuss the problem with you to decide the best option to help you achieve the look you desire.
What are the Benefits of Breast Asymmetry Surgery?
- Equally proportioned breasts
- Reduced discomfort
- Improved self confidence
- Toned and firmer appearance
Following your procedure, you will notice that your breasts appear much more symmetrical in shape and size, and as a result enjoy improved levels of self confidence.
Breast Asymmetry Surgery Cost
In general, Breast Asymmetry Surgery costs between £5-7000 depending on the extent of your surgery. At Bella Vou, we provide a variety of different payment and finance options to make life easier for you. Meaning you can enjoy the look you deserve without having to sweat over the cost.
Breast Asymmetry Surgery Pricing
At Bella Vou we provide various payment options meaning you can spread the cost and enjoy a confident, younger looking you at a price you can afford.
Prices start from £6,000.16th October 2015 27th July 2017
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*Disclaimer: The Bella Vou website contains general procedure information regarding many cosmetic procedures, the typical procedure recovery time, results and suitability. The general information is not direct advice and should not be treated as such. Suitability for any procedure can only be established through arranging a private consultation with one of our surgeons where your medical history will be reviewed, the procedure explained in detail along the expected recovery time and any potential complications identified and to ensure that realistic expectations of your post surgical results are understood.