Breast Asymmetry Before & After Photos
Having one breast substantially larger than the other, or breasts that are tubular in shape, may be a concern for some women.
Dr Hunt has performed hundreds of breast augmentation mammoplasty surgeries over his 20 years as a plastic surgeon, including many on women with asymmetrical or tuberous breasts. Click through the breast gallery below to view some of Dr Hunt’s patients breast before and after photos.
The outcomes shown are only relevant for this patient and do not necessarily reflect the results other patients may experience, as results may vary due to many factors including the individual’s genetics, diet and exercise.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Follow up consultations after breast surgery
Schedule the post-operative consultations with your plastic surgeon and make sure to stick to the schedule to allow Dr Hunt to monitor your recovery process, as well as the scar formation.
Find Out More about Dr Hunt’s Breast Procedures
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Lift Mastopexy Surgery procedure page
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Surgery page
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Asymmetry Surgery procedure page
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Implant Removal procedure page
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Reduction Mammaplasty Surgery procedure page
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Reconstruction procedure page
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty with Implants procedure page
- Read Dr Hunt’s Breast Enlargement with Fat procedure page
Read the Blogs about Breast Surgery
- Read Dr Hunt’s blog about Round Vs Anatomical Breast Implants
- Read Dr Hunt’s blog about Uneven Breasts? – Surgery Options for Asymmetric Breasts
- Read Dr Hunt’s blog about Internal Bra Lift: A More Durable Breast Lift Technique
- Read Dr Hunt’s blog about Mini Boob Job – Natural Breast Augmentation with Smaller Implants
- Read Dr Hunt’s blog about Choosing the Right Implant Size – Sydney Guide to Breast Implant Size
- Read Dr Hunt’s blog about Mentor Implants and Why Dr Hunt uses them
- Read Dr Hunt’s blog about Using Motiva Implants – Why Plastic Surgeon Dr Hunt uses Motiva
Breast Asymmetry Correction FAQs – Your Questions Answered About Breast Asymmetry Correction
Will I have to return for post-operative care?
Depending on the procedure you have you will return to see Dr Hunt 3 to 5 days after surgery. You will learn how to massage and exercise your breasts and have your post-operative breast care reinforced. Follow-up visits may be required, and Dr Hunt will discuss this with you.
When can I go home?
Depending on the type of procedure you have most patients go home on the day of surgery, although you may elect to stay in overnight. Once you are comfortable and able to get to and from a bathroom you will go home.
How long will I be off work?
You should plan on taking at least 1 week off work.
Is there an ideal age for Breast Asymmetry surgery?
There is no ideal age for the correction of breast symmetry and unevenness.
How long does a breast asymmetry surgery last?
Depending on the technique used, your surgery can last anywhere between 1 and 3 hours.
Is breast asymmetry surgery covered by Medicare?
Only certain circumstances are covered by Medicare, such as those requiring breast reconstruction due to their battle with breast cancer. Contact your insurance provider for a more comprehensive answer.
Can I breastfeed after my breast asymmetry correction?
Most women can breastfeed following their procedure. However, there may be cases of increased nipple sensitivity that may make it slightly more difficult.
When will I be able to drive after my breast correction?
You will be able to drive once you do not feel the sedative effects of the anaesthetic used during your procedure.
What other Breast Surgery Procedures Dr Jeremy Hunt offer?
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About Dr Jeremy Hunt
Dr Hunt has worked with thousands of patients across his 20-year career. This is reflected in his role as Spokesperson for the ASPS – Australian Society of Plastic Surgery. Dr Hunt is also a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) and Supervisor of Plastic Surgery Training at Sydney Children’s Hospital.
Dr Hunt has a strong interest in helping his patients achieve their desired results by employing the most appropriate practices for each individual patient.