Breast Augmentation for Uneven Breasts

Maryland Plastic Surgeon serving Washington DC, & Virginia including Alexandria and Fairfax.

 

A Maryland woman balances her shape with breast augmentationLiving day to day with uneven breasts impacts many aspects of your life. Your clothes don’t fit the way they should, your bra is constantly too big or too small, and looking in the mirror can easily become frustrating. Most women in Maryland who undergo breast augmentation for uneven breasts just want to feel normal.

There are several reasons for uneven breasts. There are many reasons why breasts may be uneven, including genetics. During puberty, one breast can develop smaller than the other. As you age, this imbalance could correct itself. Another common cause is weight gain or loss, and pregnancy. These too can resolve themselves, which is why it’s so important to schedule a consultation with our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Michael Chiaramonte. In your initial meeting, he will assess your physical condition and listen closely to your unique aesthetic goals. Once he has considered all of the variables of your situation, he will recommend the best solutions for your needs.

While ideal for correcting uneven breasts, breast augmentation will not be able to fix any drooping or sagging. A breast lift might be in order, to properly balance out your figure. Dr. Chiaramonte is especially skilled with reduction and reshaping of the nipples to keep them aesthetically pleasing. His eye for detail and extensive experience will have you feeling natural and normal soon after surgery.

Uneven breasts cause women to feel insecure, and can even prevent them from doing things they enjoy. Simply putting on a bathing suit can result in a loss of self-confidence and keep you away from the beach.

If you live in Maryland and are considering breast augmentation, please contact Bella Cosmetic Surgery today online or at (301) 567-6767 to schedule a private consultation with Dr. Chiaramonte. Our National Harbor office welcomes patients from Washington DC and Virginia, including Alexandria and Fairfax.