Can Breast Asymmetry Be Fixed with JUST an Augmentation; No Lift on Larger Side?
Q: I have a normal A cup on one side and a slightly droopy C on the other. Nipple of larger breast does not need repositioned. If I were to get implants in both breasts, is there a chance the smaller one would lay even with the larger breast? Does everyone with asymmetry need a lift on the larger side? I can’t provide a photo at the moment, I just want to know if this is possible.
A: It’s very hard to advise you without seeing at least a picture. The answer depends on your expectations. If you are happy only addressing the size difference between your breasts, then you can just have the augmentation. You need to understand, though, that you will likely still have one sagging breast and one perky breast. I counsel many of the women in my practice that a breast lift along with augmentation will give the most pleasing result. Many decide not to have a lift to avoid the scars. This is a personal decision, but it is essential to set your expectations appropriately. If one breast sags and the other does not, full correction will likely require a breast lift.