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Breast asymmetry surgery with The Hospital Group

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Breast asymmetry is when your breasts have noticeable differences either in their shape, size or position which causes them to appear wonky, misshapen and sometimes, uneven.

Not all women have breasts that are exactly the same and it is true to say that most of us do have subtle differences. This being said, it is usually completely normal in natural breasts, and often quite common for one to be smaller or larger than the other.

However, in some cases, the asymmetry can be more obvious than in others and as a result of this, some women choose to have breast enlargement surgery to create a more balanced look. But it’s not always down to the size, breast asymmetry can also occur where one sits higher than the other on the chest. There is where breast uplift surgery could help to even out the appearance of your cleavage, either with or without implants.

If you have asymmetry and are thinking about breast surgery, come and see us for a free consultation to find out more about the procedures we offer, our surgeons, facilities and the aftercare we offer.

 

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What are the causes of uneven breasts?

There are many different reasons why you may have uneven breasts whether that is as result of pregnancy and breastfeeding, exercise or simply down to genetics, it can be hard to know what the exact cause might be.

But is reassuring to realise that uneven breasts are very common amongst women of all ages and are rarely down to a underlying medical issue, particularly if this has always been the case or if they can be attributed to a particular hormonal change.

Procedures that can help asymmetrical breasts

Here at The Hospital Group, we offer a number of different breast surgery procedures which can improve the appearance of asymmetrical breasts. If it is the size that differ, a breast reduction or enlargement procedure might be suited to you to improve your proportions. Alternatively, if the position of your breasts is causing an asymmetry, then you could be suited to a breast uplift in order to create a more balanced profile.


Here at The Hospital Group, all of our breast surgery procedures can also be combined with nipple reduction surgery if necessary if you have inverted nipples, enlarged nipples or a large areola area around the nipple that you would like to correct.

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How much does surgery to fix asymmetrical breasts cost?

The price of your breast surgery will vary from person to person and will depend on a number of factors including the procedure you choose, size and shape of your implants and whether you opt for our extended aftercare.

In your free consultation with an expert The Hospital Group surgeon, you can discuss your concerns and based on the look you are hoping to achieve, we will be able to provide you will an exact quotation of costs, with no hidden extras.

Why choose The Hospital Group.

The Hospital Group is the largest UK provider of cosmetic and weight loss surgery, performing thousands of procedures every year. When you’re putting your trust in a cosmetic surgeon, only the most experienced will do. Here at The Hospital Group, we only select GMC-registered surgeons to work with us.

Our world-class facilities include our own state-of-the-art private hospital, Dolan Park in Worcestershire, and a wide network of clinics across the UK. Wherever you visit us, you’ll find a team that is dedicated to providing exceptional care, from your first consultation right through to the comprehensive aftercare we offer. When you start your journey with The Hospital Group, we’ll help you through every step.

Breast asymmetry surgery frequently asked questions

You’ll have the opportunity to ask your surgeon any questions as part of your consultation, but to start the ball rolling here are the answers to some that our patients most frequently ask.

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If one of your breasts is considerably bigger than the other, then a push-up bra can give the support and lift you need to balance out the asymmetry. Opting for a plunge bra style with removal and padding inserts can also help to even out your breasts.

If you are looking for a more long-term solution, the breast enlargement or uplift surgery could be an option for you.


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If you have always had one breast that is larger than the other or if you can attribute your asymmetry to a specific hormonal cause such as pregnancy, breastfeeding or starting a new contraceptive pill, then there is most likely nothing to worry about.

We would always advise you to contact your GP in the first instance if you have any concerns about recent and unexpected changes to your breasts, whatever they might be.


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It may be that a breast removal and re-augmentation is necessary to correct a prior breast surgery. If you have concerns at all about your breast implants in particular, we would advise you to make an appointment to see your cosmetic surgeon for a review appointment.


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As a result of fluctuations in hormone levels during pregnancy, it can be normal to have unexpected and sometimes uneven breast growth, and this is very rarely a cause for concern.

But if you have any worries at all, we would always advise you to contact your GP in the first instance if you have any concerns about recent changes to your breasts and would like to seek advice.


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As breast asymmetry is usually an aesthetic rather than a medical concern, it is not usually covered by the NHS. Breast enlargement and breast uplift procedures are both elective cosmetic surgery procedures which are offered by The Hospital Group.

In a free consultation with one of our expert GMC-registered surgeons, we will listen to your concerns, and discuss the procedure itself, the aftercare and the cost of improving the appearance of asymmetrical breasts with us.


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More details on breast asymmetry surgery

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When you come to The Hospital Group, the entire experience is designed around you and your needs. We’ll listen carefully to your aspirations for being the best you, and you’ll receive all the advice and support you need throughout your journey with us. Here’s a step-by-step guide to what you can expect.

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We want you to make a fully informed decision before you go ahead with surgery, so we offer a private consultation at your local clinic free of charge. At your consultation, you’ll meet with a cosmetic surgeon to discuss the breast enlargement options available and whether the surgery is the most suitable procedure for your needs. You’ll be able to ask questions about all aspects of the surgery, from implant size and aftercare to the results you can expect. You’ll also meet your patient care coordinator, who will be with you every step of the journey. They will give you a personal quotation of costs and information about finance options, the expected timescale, our surgical facilities and door-to-door transport services.


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At your consultation, you can book your surgery if you feel ready, but there’s no obligation to go ahead. Cosmetic surgery is a big step and you may want to take time to do more research and think about your decision. We’ll give you a patient information booklet, which provides comprehensive information on your procedure and aftercare. This is an important resource and we require patients to read the detailed information it contains. You’ll also find lots of helpful information here on our website – you can read about our surgeons’ qualifications, THG’s cosmetic surgery expertise and inspiring stories from some of our patients. Our patient care coordinators are available to discuss any concerns you may have. And when you feel ready, they can book you in for your procedure. We also have a 14-day ‘cooling off’ period in place, which means that if you change your mind about the procedure after booking within that period, you will not be charged.


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On the day of your surgery, your medical team will make your experience as comfortable as possible and you’ll meet your surgeon again before the procedure. Breast enlargement involves making incisions in your breasts, either in the crease under your breast, around the nipple or towards your armpit. This allows for your breast implants to be carefully positioned either in front of or behind the pectoral (chest) muscle. Breast enlargement surgery usually takes between one and two hours under general anaesthetic.


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We’ll be here throughout the recovery process to help you recuperate quickly. For breast enlargement surgery you may need to stay in the hospital where your surgery has taken place for one night following your procedure. Each patient is given a personalised care plan, developed with the advice of their surgeon. All THG hospitals are equipped to the highest standards of clinical care and patient comfort. Following your surgery, it’s normal for your breasts to feel sore for a few days and we’ll advise you on the type of bra you need to wear. We also recommend that you take a week off work to give your body plenty of time to heal. Although your breasts may feel slightly swollen at first, they’ll settle in six to eight weeks when you’ll be able to see the final results.


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At THG, we offer a full package of aftercare support with all our cosmetic surgery procedures to give you complete peace of mind. You’ll benefit from the following aftercare: · Unlimited post-op appointments with a member of our clinical team whenever you need them · Surgical cover for 3 years – revision surgery where clinically indicated · Additional days’ stay in hospital where needed · Additional medication and dressings at no extra cost · Emergency telephone support which you can use at any time · Motiva breast implants – manaufacturers warranty for capsulsar contracture is 5 years.


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