Gallery Plastic surgery before and afters Gold Coast Home Media Centre Gallery BREAST TREATMENTS 06-Tuberous Breast Before and After Tuberous Breast Tuberous Breasts Before and After Tuberous breasts are a common cause of noticeable breast unevenness. It is characterized by small breasts and abnormally large areola. If you’re bothered by this rare condition, you may need surgery to improve your breast appearance and increase your self-confidence. To know more about this breast deformity and how it can be treated, we will provide you with tuberous breasts before and after photos during your consultation. Common causes of tuberous breasts Several factors can lead to the development of this condition, such as: Family history Increased amount of a protein called collagen in your breasts Insufficient amount of breast tissue Ideal candidates for tuberous breast correction surgery Your surgeon will first check your health history and desired results during your consultation to determine if you are an ideal candidate for the procedure. In general, your surgeon will allow you to have the surgery if: One of your breasts is larger than the other. You are bothered by the appearance of your breasts. You don’t have a bleeding disorder. You don’t smoke. You have low self-esteem. You have realistic expectations. Your breasts are too small. Check out our tuberous breasts image gallery to know more about this breast condition. How a tuberous breast correction surgery is performed During the procedure, you will receive general anaesthesia to prevent any discomfort. Your surgeon will then make an incision around your breasts to open up the tight tissue. To achieve fuller and rounder breasts, your surgeon will insert an implant into your breast pocket. Once the breast implants are secured in place, your surgeon will close the incisions using sutures. Your surgeon may also perform a surgery called breast lift to correct sagging breast skin and reshape the breast area. Once finished, your surgeon will cover your wound with clean gauze or dressing to protect it from infection and injury. Risks and complications Like other breast procedures, this surgery has its risks and complications, such as: Bleeding Breast numbness Breast pain Changes in breast sensation Delayed wound healing Difficulty moving one or both arms Feeling that your breasts are heavier than usual Infection Poor results Reopening of your wound Skin irritation For more details about this procedure, please visit our main tuberous breast surgery page, or contact us to schedule consultation with Dr Sawhney. Ask a question or book your consultation Please fill in the online enquiry form to ask a question or book your consultation. The friendly team at Sculpted Clinic look forward to seeing you in our clinic soon! I would like to*I would like toAsk a QuestionBook a ConsultationFirst Name*Last Name*Your Email* Your MobileI'm interested in*I'm interested in:BreastFaceBodyNon-surgicalPreferred Time*Preferred Time *MorningLunchAfternoonPreferred Day* Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY Your Message*CAPTCHACommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Enquire Now Don’t forget to share this via Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn.