All women have some degree of asymmetry between their breasts although some are more severe than others and women can find it difficult to find bras if their breasts are drastically different in size or shape. Asymmetry can be corrected with the right surgical procedure, depending on the individual patient.
Concavity (Pectus Excavatum)
Pectus excavatum is a condition characterised by a sunken chest. Often it is a harmless condition but can cause the chest to look like it’s caved in. The person may also look ‘hunched over’. Breast augmentation can help to disguise the chest concavity in women with a small bust.
Tuberous breasts are generally characterised by a very short nipple to crease distance and often the nipples appear as ‘puffy’. There are varying degrees of tuberosity and this condition can easily go unnoticed in mild cases. Tuberous breasts can be corrected with a breast augmentation, in combination with a procedure to reduce the herniation of the areolae and release the tightness in the lower pole of the breast.