Breast Asymmetry Correction 2018-07-24T05:25:41+00:00

At Sthetix, our highly qualified plastic surgeons have decades of experience in correcting breast asymmetries, leaving you with a more natural and symmetrical-looking breasts.

Introduction to Breast Asymmetry Correction

Although all women have some degree of breast asymmetry, if you find it is getting in the way of your clothing choices or wellbeing, breast asymmetry surgery may be the right solution for you. There are many treatments available to correct asymmetry and for this reason, we like to sit down with you before you make a decision so we can discuss all your options in more detail.

Introduction to Breast Asymmetry Correction

Although all women have some degree of breast asymmetry, if you find it is getting in the way of your clothing choices or wellbeing, breast asymmetry surgery may be the right solution for you. There are many treatments available to correct asymmetry and for this reason, we like to sit down with you before you make a decision so we can discuss all your options in more detail.

At Sthetix, our highly qualified plastic surgeons have decades of experience in correcting breast asymmetries, leaving you with a more natural and symmetrical-looking breasts.

Who is Suitable?

Many of our patients come to us because they are unhappy with the significant difference in the size and/or shape of their breasts. Some are unhappy about the shape or size of their breasts and would like corrective surgery to achieve greater symmetry. Complete symmetry is usually impossible to achieve but we often find that patients are very pleased with their results after this surgery.

The Procedure And Risks

The procedure depends on your chosen course of treatment, however, most breast asymmetry surgeries require a 2-night hospital stay.

Breast enlargement involves selecting implants to boost your cup size (read more about the procedure here), breast reduction involves the removal of tissue and breast uplift involves repositioning the nipples and moulding the breast into a new shape whilst removing excess skin. These procedures all require a hospital stay and carry their own risks.

Aftercare And Guarantee

Aftercare

As your wellbeing is our number one priority, we offer a comprehensive and personalised aftercare package all included in your treatment.

After you are discharged, will we give you post-operative care instructions and you will have 24-hour access to trained staff who will be on hand to advise you should you have any questions or concerns.

After the surgery, we will arrange appointments for follow-up examinations with your surgeon to monitor your progress and check that you are recovering well.

2 weeks after surgery, one of our trained staff will see you and check your wounds. Your surgeon will see you after 6 weeks for a follow up and if necessary, again after that until you are fully recovered. These follow ups are standard and will be provided at no extra cost.

In the unlikely event of a problem, we will make arrangements for you to be seen by trained staff and (if needed), by the surgeon who performed the procedure. As all our surgeons live and work in the local area, it is possible to see your surgeon at relatively short notice. Our surgeons don’t leave the country or the local area after performing the surgery. If, on a rare occasion, a surgeon leaves the local area for other commitments, we will ensure that there will always be another trained plastic surgeon from our team available to provide you with comprehensive care.

In the unlikely event of a complication directly related to your surgery, we will provide or arrange further surgery and/or treatment at no extra cost for up to 1 year.

Our Guarantee

In the unlikely event of a complication directly related to your breast enlargement surgery, we will provide or arrange further surgery and/or treatment (if needed) at no extra cost for up to 1 year.

Technology Around Breast Surgery

The use of 3D imaging technology is not a new thing but the way that we can use that technology today is changing.

3D cosmetic surgery simulation technology allows surgeons to capture and upload a 3D image of a patient’s body or head and show them through gradual changes what their proposed procedure will look like so that shape and size can be decided upon before the procedure takes place.

crisalix scanner breast augmentation

We will scan your body using an iPad with an attached 3D sensor and a few seconds later your full body will appear in 3D on the screen. We can then simulate the surgical procedure and adjust shapes and positioning to give you an accurate representation of the final surgical result on your very own simulated body. Using Crisalix 3D imaging technology we can simulate a number of procedures including breast augmentation, nose surgery, facelift and body contouring. The new web-based technology delivers patients anatomically accurate images giving the best approximation of how they will look post-surgery.

At Sthetix we offer the Crisalix 3D simulations to our patient’s consultation process at no extra cost. Combined with our surgeon’s extensive knowledge of how a certain implant placement or procedure might look it really can give you an accurate visual representation of what the final result will look like.

FAQs

Will I have scars?*
The scars depend on the nature and extent of your surgery. See individual procedure details.

What is the recovery period?*
The recovery period is usually 3-4 weeks but will vary depending on your chosen course of treatment.

When can I drive a car?
We recommend you avoid driving or operating heavy machinery for at least 2 weeks after most surgeries but again this depends on your procedure.

When can I go back to work?*
It depends on your work but most people find they can go back to work any time between 2 to 3 weeks after breast surgery however this number depends on your particular case.

When can I exercise?
Upper body exercises can be usually be gradually started after 6 weeks, while gentle lower body exercises (e.g. a relaxed walk) are recommended as soon as you are comfortable. However, please ask your surgeon for an exact estimation.

Can I breastfeed?
This depends on your choice of treatment, however, this is something your surgeon will be happy to discuss with you.

*Individual results may vary.

Take The Next Step

Ready to learn more about Breast Asymmetry Correction? To request your consultation, fill out the form on the side of this page or call our practice at  0151 669 1114Sthetix is based in Liverpool, Merseyside UK and also serves Chester and Ormskirk.

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