TUBEROUS BREASTS (TUBULAR BREASTS) CORRECTION
“Tubular breasts” is the name of a condition caused by breast tissue not proliferating properly during puberty. The condition is also called tuberous breasts. It is a congenital affliction where the breasts are shaped like a tube. While tubular breasts don’t pose any direct threat to your health, some women may seek to correct it for aesthetic reasons.
Do you need a Tubular Breast Correction Surgery?
According to one study published in “Current Concepts in Plastic Surgery,” many women visit their doctors for breast asymmetry that is actually due to tubular breasts. In some instances, the disorder can cause a person significant anxiety and stress.
The approach to correcting tubular breasts depends on what shape the breasts are.
There are numerous techniques for correcting tubular breasts. Your surgeon will choose the most appropriate approach based on your anatomy and desired outcome. Sometimes, your surgeon will also correct the appearance of the areola, reducing its size.
If you are considering getting your tubular breasts corrected, we would recommend that you visit us for a personal consultation with your surgeon. This would give you an opportunity to discuss your aims and outcomes that you hope to achieve. The surgeon will explain the best options available, his/her recommendations and help you understand better the long-term benefits of this procedure.
Every patient’s need and expectation is different. Your surgeon will tell which surgical technique would be most appropriate for your needs and explain the treatment plan in detail. During this initial consultation you are expected to:
- Provide a detailed medical history including any previous surgical procedures; past and present medical conditions and a list of all medications or herbal supplements that you are currently taking.
- Have a complete examination of your face, including the skin and underlying bone.
- Discuss possible risks and complications of the procedure(s).
- Get an X-ray done possibly to determine the right procedure.
Following your initial consultation and decisions about the procedure(s) to be carried out, our surgical team will update you on pre-operative information, which tells you everything you should do and know before the procedure. Ideally, you may want to make arrangements for someone to help you for a day or two while you heal.
We will ensure that you remain comfortable throughout the entire procedure. Usually we use general anesthesia enabling you to sleep throughout the procedure.
Following your surgeon’s instructions to the letter during the recovery process is very important. This will not only promote the healing process but will also help you adapt to your new physical appearance. Do attend all follow-up appointments so that your surgeon can assess your long-term results and answer any concerns or queries.
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