Tuberous Breasts Gold Coast

Reshape your breasts

Tuberous breast surgery

Tuberous breasts are a congenital condition which results in irregular shaped breasts

The condition can cause either one or both breasts to take on a tubular or constricted appearance. The good news is this condition can be easily treated by a surgeon with the right skill set. The result is greater confidence and a natural and aesthetically-pleasing result.

Tuberous breast correction with Sculpted

Dr Raja Sawhney is a Board-Certified Specialist Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon at Sculpted Clinic on the Gold Coast. He is also the Clinical Director of the Departments of Plastic & Reconstructive surgery at both the Gold Coast University and Robina Hospitals.

Thanks to his extensive experience in this area, Dr Raja is an expert in the treatment of tuberous breasts. In particular, Dr Sawhney has developed his own modifications to procedures for tuberous breasts to reduce the number of operations required to get an end result.

quick enquiry

Tuberous breasts before and after gallery

Tuberous
Breasts

During your consultation with Dr Sawhney, he will take the time to carefully listen to your concerns and questions regarding the procedure. From there, he will conduct a physical examination and provide you with his recommendations. Dr Sawhney will work closely with you to tailor-make a plan for your surgery, ensuring you understand and are comfortable with every step of the journey.

Contact us to request your consultation with Dr Raja today.

FAQs

A consultation is the first step in understanding what tuberous breast correction will cost you. There are several factors that need to be considered, including your goals and anaesthetist, surgeon and hospital fees. Since tuberous breasts are a congenital condition, the procedure may attract a Medicare rebate. Dr Raja will take you through the Medicare requirements during your consultation and provide you with a final cost for your surgery.

This surgery is performed on an outpatient basis, requires a general anaesthetic and takes about two to three hours to complete. To correct the breasts, soft implants are placed inside the breast pocket. However, in some instances, before both breasts can look the same, tissue expanders will need to be inserted to increase the size of the breast pocket. This needs to be done gradually, which means several procedures may be required. The type of incision that’s used and where the implants are placed will be discussed during your initial consultation. Once the implants are inserted, the incisions are closed and a dressing is applied. Patients are then moved to a recovery room for several hours.

One to two hours after your surgery, you will need someone to drive you home. From there, you will need to spend about a week at home to recover. Even though there will be some discomfort and swelling, it will be moderate and pain medication will be available to you. Patients will be required to wear a compression garment to reduce swelling after their correction surgery. Any strenuous exercise and activities will need to be avoided for at least six weeks. You will also need to be patient with your results. In most instances, you will need to wait three to six months before you will see the final results of your surgery.

It’s very rare for serious complications to occur after tuberous breast correction. There are some minor general risks to be aware of such as infection but this can be avoided. Other complications that could occur are asymmetry and numbness but these effects are mostly temporary – your body needs an appropriate amount of time to heal. Dr Sawhney will take you through all the potential risks and complications and provide you with detailed aftercare instructions.

Contact us to request your consultation with Dr Raja Sawhney today.

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!

Don’t forget to share this via , Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn.