Breast Asymmetry Surgery in Málaga

At times, alterations in the development of the mammary gland result in malformations. The most common are differences in volume, both breasts, and tuberous breasts.

There is a wide variety of techniques for addressing this, with the most commonly used ones including the placement of a breast implant, reduction of the areola-nipple complex, radial incisions of the internal fascia, glandular flaps to fill the medial and lower poles, as well as lowering the breast fold since the distance between the areola and the fold is often very short. Dr. Javier Collado’s team possesses the techniques and human resources to bring these solutions to reality.

2 to 3 hours.
Local or sedation
Immediate. Depends on each woman's characteristics.
2 weeks.

Breast Asymmetry Specialists.

Learn about the Benefits of this Procedure

Here are some of the health benefits for patients who decide to undergo breast asymmetry correction:

  • Excellent results, regardless of the patient's age.
  • Improvement in breast aesthetics.
  • Boost in the patient's self-esteem.
Postoperative Instructions
During the first few days after the procedure. It’s important not to lift weight during the initial weeks.
Multiple follow-up appointments will be scheduled after the procedure.
It’s allowed after 1 month of the intervention.
Frequently Asked Questions

Most commonly, a combination of breast implants of different sizes is used. However, in cases of more extreme asymmetries, where one breast is significantly drooping, a unilateral or bilateral mastopexy is usually required.

Tuberous breasts tend to lack development in the medial and lower quadrants, causing them to be quite separated from each other and with a very short lower pole. Another dominant characteristic is the large areolas they often exhibit, as the mammary gland tends to herniate through them. Intermediate degrees of tuberous breasts are quite common in the population.

Tuberous breasts are a malformation or deformity that presents itself during pubertal development. It can occur when the tissue covering the mammary gland is excessively rigid and fails to expand properly alongside the progressive growth of the mammary gland. This situation can lead to the gland becoming trapped in the skin that doesn’t expand, causing it to herniate and emerge through the area of least resistance, which is the delicate skin of the nipple. This condition can affect one or both breasts.

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