Have you been frustrated or embarrassed because your breasts are not even in size or shape? Actually, uneven breasts are perfectly normal, and most women have one breast that is smaller than the other. Noticeably unequal breasts, however, can make you self-conscious and worried about your appearance. If you are unsatisfied because your breasts are not even or equally sized, breast augmentation surgery may be the key to better balance in your figure.
Imagine yourself after your breast surgery. How do you want to look? Do you just want equal-sized breasts, or would you like them both to be bigger? How much bigger?
We want you to have truly realistic expectations about your results because very large implants come with greater risk of rupture and other potential complications. Sometimes one cup size makes a bigger difference than you might think. Check out our breast surgery results gallery to see what women like you have achieved.
If you are ready and healthy enough for breast augmentation surgery, you are probably looking for the right breast surgeon for you. Dr. Paul Angelchik is a talented, experienced Phoenix, Arizona area breast surgeon who has provided great results over the years. We hope you schedule a consultation with us so we can show you what we can do for your figure.
When speaking with our Phoenix breast surgeon, you will need to make some big decisions. We will discuss the pros and cons of each option with you, and keep you informed all along the way. We will keep you healthy and make sure your recovery is smooth, but we need your help in letting us know if you have any medical condition or previous surgeries.
Your surgeon will help you decide on saline or silicone breast implants. If your breasts are uneven, you will need to decide whether you want to simply equalize them at the current size or at an even larger size. There are pros and cons for both saline and silicone breast implants, which we will discuss with you to help you make your decision. Both types are FDA-approved to be safe and effective.
Speak with your breast augmentation surgeon about exactly how you want your breasts to look after the procedure. Size matters, not just in appearance, but also in the risk of complications, so be realistic. If your breasts are very uneven, you may need quite a large implant in the smaller breast to increase your overall bust size. Placement of the implant also matters, and your breast augmentation surgeon will educate you about the risks and benefits of every part of your procedure.