Recommended Correction(s) for my Tuberous Breasts?
Q: Do I have a severe form of tuberous breasts? What would a good surgeon recommend I do to correct them and accomplish full, round A cup breasts? Can it be done under local anesthesia?
A: Based on your photo, I’m not convinced you actually have tuberous breasts. A side view would give more information. You may have some mild constriction of the base, but your areolas appear normal to me. I think silicone breast implants would give you a lovely result. While this could be performed under local anesthesia, I would recommend general anesthesia. With general anesthesia you have excellent pain control and muscle relaxation – both of these help your surgeon place the implants in great position.
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