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I Have Never Seen Any Breasts Like Mine! They Take over the Entire Ribcage and Still Look So Very Small?

I Have Never Seen Any Breasts Like Mine! They Take over the Entire Ribcage and Still Look So Very Small?

I Have Never Seen Any Breasts Like Mine! They Take over the Entire Ribcage and Still Look So Very Small?

My breast stretch all the way from above my collar bone to actually touching in the center gore and all the way underneath my armpit! I have never seen breasts that are this big (!) and shallow (for the size anyway). I wear 30E; my breast perimeter is 8″ and the volume per breasts is 400ml. But due to the massive roots the actual projection of my breasts is minimal. How can my breasts take up all this space on my ribcage and is there anything I can do to change their shape but keep the volume?

A: It is hard to give you a specific answer, because in your pictures, you are squeezing your breasts together. Please resubmit a photo of your breasts from the front and side preferably with your arms at your sides. Based on your description of your breasts, you may benefit from a breast augmentation with a small implant. Breast implants come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and we are generally able to address most concerns.

I Have Never Seen Any Breasts Like Mine! They Take over the Entire Ribcage and Still Look So Very Small?

Getting Breast Implants, Will I Need a Lift?

Getting Breast Implants, Will I Need a Lift?

Q: I am 19 years old (36C sometimes B, want to be a full D) and I have never had children but my breasts have always seemed “empty.” To avoid the scarring and extra costs associated with a lift, I was hoping implants would improve the appearance of my breasts. Is a lift completely necessary or can improvement be achieved with implants?

A: One of the biggest misconceptions I face with my breast augmentation patients is the perception that “filling out” the breasts with implants will improve sagging. One of the main components of breast sagging (ptosis) is nipple position. Your nipples are below your breast crease (inframammary fold) and they point downward. Implants alone will not fix this. In fact, in your case a breast augmentation without a lift may worsen the appearance of your breasts. An augmentation mastopexy (breast lift with implants) will fix the sagging, elevate your nipples and increase the volume (size) of your breasts. I always warn my breast lift patients who have not had children yet that there is no predicting the effect of a future pregnancy on the appearance of your breasts. It is possible that you may desire another lift after pregnancy. You should also consider your feelings about breastfeeding. While plenty of women are able to successfully nurse a child after breast surgery, it is possible that the surgery could negatively affect your ability to breastfeed.

I Have Never Seen Any Breasts Like Mine! They Take over the Entire Ribcage and Still Look So Very Small?

I Have Scoliosis. A Doc Recommended Implants and a Lift. What Would You Recommend ? is There a Way to Fix Nipple Size?

I Have Scoliosis. A Doc Recommended Implants and a Lift. What Would You Recommend ? is There a Way to Fix Nipple Size?

Q: I Have Scoliosis. A Doc Recommended Implants and a Lift. What Would You Recommend ? is There a Way to Fix Nipple Size?

A: My recommendations vary depending on what breast size you prefer. If you want both breasts the size of the smaller breast, I would do nothing to the smaller size and perform a breast reduction with areola reduction on the larger side. If you want larger breasts, I would recommend a lift and areola reduction on the larger side and either a tissue expander or adjustable implant on the smaller side. Please bear in mind that while surgery will improve the symmetry of your breasts, it will not make them identical.

I Have Never Seen Any Breasts Like Mine! They Take over the Entire Ribcage and Still Look So Very Small?

Can a Breast Lift Give Me Perky Boobs That a Young Woman Should Have? Or Breast Lift and Implant

Can a Breast Lift Give Me Perky Boobs That a Young Woman Should Have? Or Breast Lift and Implant

Q: I’ve always had a larger chest region in other people’s eyes but to me my boobs are just saggy with loose skin. I’ve had no kids mind you. I really want upper pole fullness also for my nipple to be positioned higher and areola reduction. From my collarbone to my nipple is 10 inches. What implant options do I have ?

A: In general, a lift alone will restore perkiness by elevating the breast tissue and the nipple, but it will not give upper pole fullness. An implant is generally needed to achieve the full upper pole you are seeking. Based on your pictures, you seem to have widely spaced breasts. This separation of your breasts is very difficult to address. In order to achieve the best cosmetic outcome, I would recommend a more aggressive and staged approach. I would recommend starting with a small breast reduction – this would elevate your nipples and make your breasts perky. I would then place an implant in a separate procedure to give you upper pole fullness. During the second phase, I would also recommend fat grafting to your breasts to give you some cleavage.

I Have Never Seen Any Breasts Like Mine! They Take over the Entire Ribcage and Still Look So Very Small?

I Have Scoliois and my Breast Are 36 Dd Am 5 Feet Tall Weight 130 Pounds?

I Have Scoliois and my Breast Are 36 Dd Am 5 Feet Tall Weight 130 Pounds?

Q: I have scolois n get a lot of back pain and discomfort. My bra size is 36dd am 56 of age, and I weight 130 would my insurance pay for it .i have united health care.

A: It is difficult to predict the behavior of health insurance companies. It sounds like you might benefit from a breast reduction. In order for the insurance company to consider your claim, you should start with a visit to your primary care physician. He or she will need to examine you and document any issues you are having as a result of your large breasts. You will need documentation that you have tried conservative measures like physical therapy and NSAID pain medications. At that point you can see a board certified plastic surgeon who accepts your insurance. He or she will submit a precertification request to your insurance and they will respond. The time and aggravation involved in the precertification process can be daunting. Many of my patients find it is much easier to pick their own surgeon and pay out of pocket for the procedure. Even if they do ultimately approve the procedure, many insurance companies impose strict regulations about the amount of breast tissue to be removed. You may also find that you have limited options about where your procedure is performed (hospital vs outpatient surgery center) and thus the scheduling of your surgery. Best of luck to you!