Tubular Breast

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Tubular Breast Deformity Surgery

Tubular breasts, also known as constricted breasts, are a result of an abnormality or congenital condition in women. During puberty, those affected with this condition develop a deformity during the breast bud maturation. This results in the herniation of the nipple-areola area and can give the breasts a droopy appearance. It can cause enlarged areolas, wide spacing between the breasts and cause the breasts to sag. Dr. Spence can explain the benefits of tubular breast deformity surgery and review the options available to you.

Should You Be Concerned About Tubular Breast Deformity?

Tubular breast deformity is broken into categories from mild to severe. In some cases, women find it difficult to breastfeed. The most common complaint about this condition is the look of the breasts. Tubular breast deformity does not constitute a health risk but can have a severe impact on your emotional well-being. Fortunately, this is a condition that can be repaired with tubular breast deformity surgery. The procedure can be performed using implants or by using your own tissue. Call Hillcrest Plastic Surgery and schedule a consultation with Dr. Spence to discuss the best plan of action for you.

Recovery From Tubular Breast Deformity Surgery

The surgery to repair tubular breast deformity is performed under general anesthesia. Recovery can take a few days, and limited activity is suggested for a few weeks following surgery. You should avoid heavy lifting or strenuous exercise until full healing takes place. Dr. Spence will walk you through the recovery process and explain what to expect.

Contact our office team today at Hillcrest Plastic Surgery in Orlando. Dr. Spence has helped numerous patients live a better life through breast correction surgery.

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