Tuberous breasts are a malformation that can affect both men and women. The condition manifests itself as a breast base that is constricted or narrowed, as well as breast tissue that is typically smaller than average and enlarged areolas.
Breast augmentation surgery from a tuberous breast surgeon is the most effective treatment for this condition for women. Breast implants can give the breast a more even and rounded appearance.
What are the Symptoms that You Notice?
Here are some of the most common symptoms are:
- Breast tissue is cylindrical rather than spherical. The tissue typically takes the form of a tube from the base of the breast to the nipple.
- At the base of the breast, the tissue of the breast constricts or narrows.
- The dark area around the nipple, known as the areola, is probably quite large and distorted (hypertrophy).
- The actual breast tissue is typically smaller than the average.
- The tubular breasts are separated by more than 3 to 4 centimeters in width.
What is the Process of the Tubular Breast Correction Surgery?
The professionals will probably perform your surgery under general anesthesia. However, local anesthesia with sedation is also an option for some patients. To allow for the insertion of the breast implant, he will make an incision in the affected breast.
After your procedure, he will place the incision in the skin's natural creases to minimize visible scarring. The implant will be inserted into the breast pocket if there is enough room. If not, an expander will create the implant space in the coming months. If surgery on one breast will restore symmetry and balance to both, the doctor may focus on just the affected breast.
Tubular Breast Correction
Cosmetic surgery is currently the only medical treatment for tubular breasts. Suppose you want to change your tubular breasts' appearance with cosmetic surgery. In that case, you should ensure your breasts have been evaluated and diagnosed by a doctor who knows about the condition. For tubular breasts, traditional cosmetic surgery will not completely alter them.
Augmentation Surgery for Tubular Breasts
Tubular breast augmentation typically requires two procedures, but depending on your diagnosis, you may only need one. First, you will have surgery to open up the engorged breast tissue.
While under general anesthesia, the tuberous breast surgeon will make a small incision in your breast to insert either a breast implant or a tissue expander. There will be at least one night spent in the hospital following this surgery for recovery. In most cases, people must schedule at least a week to recuperate from this surgery at home.
Tubular breasts are not a medical condition that should be avoided. The shape of each woman's breasts is unique, and their look varies significantly from person to person.