Who Is Suitable For Asymmetrical Breast Surgery?
Many who seek this form of surgery in London have tuberous breast – also known as tubular breasts. This is a genetic condition that impacts the development of the breasts, leaving them underdeveloped, and often with a tube-like appearance.
Tuberous breast often leads to a large gap between the breasts and asymmetry.
Others might find previous surgery leaves them with breasts that are not even, for others still it might be an issue that is brought about by pregnancy or significant weight loss.
Ultimately, the cause of the unevenness in the breasts does not matter, what matters is that there are ways to transform the breasts.
Surgery is potentially suitable for anyone who finds their breasts a cause for concern.
Clearly, if someone had very mild asymmetry and this did not cause them any concern there would be little benefit opting for cosmetic surgery.
However, for those who find their confidence impacted, for those who see a knock-on effect in their work, personal and love life, the benefits of surgery can be profound.
The suitability of surgery to treat asymmetrical breast can only be determined at a detailed consultation.
Procedures For Treating Uneven Breasts
A skilled, experienced surgeon such as Elena has a range of surgical options for treating asymmetrical breasts and it is not possible in this page to suggest which one would be most suitable in any particular case.
One option is the use of breast implants, these adding volume and helping to reshape the breasts. The implants, either saline or silicon, would be inserted via incisions that are made in a position that minimise visible scarring.
For other prospective patients, an option might be to rearrange existing breast tissue – it might be that there is enough tissue, but it is not in optimal position.
Some might benefit from having a fat transfer, the grafted fat them helping to reshape the breasts as required.
Where suitable, this option has the added benefit of tackling another area that might be a cause for concern, for instance fat grafted from the abdomen would create a tummy tuck at the same time as the breasts are reshaped.
A combination can also be used, implants or expanders with grafted fat for instance, this reduces the size of implant required and the fat adds a degree of extra refinement to the finished shape.
The procedure really starts however with a detailed consultation.
The consultation is of vital importance, it is the chance for the person with uneven breasts to talk, to state their concerns and the results they hope to achieve.
The surgeon can listen and then suggest options and alternatives and a recommended plan of action. There will often then be a second consultation and the prospective patient given due time to come to a fully informed decision – is surgery truly for them?
The initial consultation would also provide full details of cost, again making it easier to make an informed decision.
Elena Prousskaia is a surgeon who has a stunning CV but also a reputation for patient care, treating all her patients with empathy and understanding.
Why Consider Elena Prousskaia?
In London there are many highly skilled surgeons and Harley Street famed for medical expertise. Why should you consider Elena Prousskaia?
Elena has a CV that sets her apart. She is a world-renowned surgeon, not just among women but among surgeons full stop. But being a woman is undoubtedly a plus for many of her female patients who feel able to better share their concerns.
And, Elena specialises in breast surgery. She has 20 years’ experience and in that time has held numerous Fellowships around the world in microsurgical breast reconstruction. Fellowships have been held in Italy, Spain, India, Belgium, Japan and here in London’s world-renowned Guys and St Thomas’.
Elena’s ability to perform superior breast asymmetry surgery is clear.
Elena has also won numerous awards and is a Board Certified UK Consultant Plastic Surgeon.
Speaking of her ethos, she says.
“The one thing that matters most to me when I am with a patient is empathy.
It is only when you are able to identify and understand your patients’ problems that you can begin to help resolve them satisfactorily.
“A good surgical outcome is not the only thing that matters. Everything that you do and say to a patient has to come from your heart.”
Independent, verified reviews demonstrate she lives up to this ethos.
On the iwantgreatcare.org site, Elena has 100% five-star reviews and glowing testimonials, similarly the reviews of her work, including for breast asymmetry, are all five stars on Google.
If you believe that breast asymmetry surgery might be suitable for you, please arrange for a consultation at a time convenient to you.
Please do get in touch – call 0800 8021 886 or book a consultation online.
London, the capital city of England, is renowned for medical expertise.
Harley Street, located in Marylebone and named after former Lord Mayor Thomas Harley, is perhaps the most famous location relating to the medical profession in the UK.
Many leading practitioners across a wide range of medical specialisms have clinics in Harley Street.
Location wise, it is highly accessible, with close proximity to Regent’s Park, Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street tube stations and also mainline stations including Euston and Kings Cross.
As you would expect of a street of such influence it has featured in many cultural works and had many famous residents.
Agatha Christie regularly used Harley Street as a locations it features in, among other stories, And Then There Were None, Crooked House and Death on the Clouds.
Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility has many chapters based in London and specifically Harley Street.
Real life residents have included artist JMW Turner, Labour MP Harriet Harman and also Lionel Logue – the speech therapist who helped King George VI and is represented in the King’s Speech.