“I am uncomfortable with my breasts because they look so different than other women’s breasts. They fall completely towards the bed when I lie on my side, I don’t have cleavage, and when bending over they seem to hang oddly and look misshapen. It almost looks to me as if my breasts have been “deflated.” I am 26, no kids, and have never had any major weight gain/loss. Would implants help solve these issues, or would the implants just exacerbate the problems? Is this a Cooper’s Ligament issue?”, a RealSelf user asked.
“Dear Melissa, First off, breast asymmetry is quite common, you also seem to have a slight chest wall ( bony) differential which also is common. Proper breast augmentation likely with placement of silicone implants under the muscle will give you great results. An evaluation with a board certified plastic surgeon with Vectra 3D simulation will be very helpful to discuss what you’d look like after surgery. Best of luck.”, Aristocrat’s certified surgeon Dr. Kevin Tehrani, M.D., F.A.C.S explained.
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