| william bruno plastic surgery
| william bruno plastic surgery
| william bruno plastic surgery

About 5% of the women who want to get breast augmentation suffer from a condition called tuberous breasts. It is also referred to as tubular breasts or constricted breasts. This condition usually manifests itself at puberty as the breasts begin to develop. The condition causes a range of issues for the developing breasts and often results in small, asymmetrical, and flat breasts. In this blog post we want to look at how Dr. Bruno addresses tuberous breasts during a breast augmentation. Beverly Hills women that suffer from tuberous breasts should know that Dr. Bruno has years of experience working on tuberous breast correction. We would love to talk with you and learn how we can help. Give us a call today.

What Are Tuberous Breasts?

Tubular breasts are actually a type of birth defect. However, the issue doesn’t present itself until the breasts begin to develop. When this happens, it is often the case that a ring of tissue near the nipple (areola) will constrict the developing breasts. This often causes a puffy areola, very limited breast tissue, small breasts, and sagging breasts.

These issues often have a massive impact on the patient’s emotional, sexual, and psychological development. While it is possible to correct with breast augmentation, Beverly Hills patients with tuberous breasts will need to undergo a different procedure to correct the issue.

Correcting Tuberous Breasts with Breast Augmentation

Beverly Hills women that suffer from tuberous breasts can get relief with breast augmentation. However, the procedure will obviously be much different than for patients who do not suffer from tubular breasts. Usually, Dr. Bruno will employ several different techniques to get the results that the patient needs.

The main issue is expanding the tough ring or band of tissue around the areola. This is what often holds the breast tissue back and creates the puffiness of the nipple. Another issue is that the breasts often need a small lift in order to get the areola and the breast fold into the right position.

Some women who suffer from tubular breasts can get terrific results with an anatomically shaped implant. However, Dr. Bruno will make a recommendation based on his examination of each individual patient.

Why Work with Dr. Bruno for Tubular Breast Correction and Breast Augmentation

Beverly Hills patients come to Dr. Bruno because he is a board-certified plastic surgeon and one of the leading doctors in the region. Not only does he hold the chief surgical residency post at Saint Louis University Medical Center, but he also practiced cosmetic and reconstructive surgery at Duke University Medical Center.  On top of that, our patients absolutely love how kind and caring Dr. Bruno is at all of their meetings. Dr. Bruno works hard to build strong relationships with all of his patients based on trust, honesty, and transparency. You will always get all of the information you need to make a confident and informed decision.

Contact us today. You can also check out our page of Patient Reviews to learn more about the kind of world-class experience you’ll get here.