Breast Asymmetry

Are your breasts uneven?

Breast Asymmetry

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Breast Asymmetry is a condition where both breasts are different sizes. This condition is defined as a difference in the volume of the breast or position. Typically, during puberty the asymmetry is noticeable but as the woman develops the breast size evens out. However for many adult women their breast tissue doesn’t develop evenly.

For these women, breast asymmetry can be a problem when the difference between the two breasts is noticeable. If the breast size difference is greater than a cup size, finding a bra that fits is problematic. Also, asymmetrical breasts often affect the types of clothing a woman can wear.

What causes breast asymmetry?

At BAXT CosMedical®, our board certified plastic surgeons explain to their patients that the specific causes of asymmetric breasts is unknown but hormonal changes is the main suspected cause. Also, in some cases a traumatic injury may cause the asymmetry.

How is breast asymmetry corrected?

Breast asymmetry is corrected with plastic surgery. The cosmetic surgery may involve a combination of a breast lift, breast augmentation or, for some women, a “scar-less” breast reduction*. Our board certified plastic surgeons will examine you and recommend the appropriate surgery to achieve your desired correction. We have helped thousands of women achieve their desired shape.

BAXT CosMedical® Breast Enhancement Options

Follow the links below to learn about the cosmetic breast enhancement procedures we offer at BAXT CosMedical®

*Results may vary for different patients and are not guaranteed.


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Please contact us via email for a prompt response from our office. Call us for an appointment today at (201) 265-1300. You can see our great before and after photo gallery here.


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