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Breasts come in all shapes and sizes, but there are certain shapes that fall under the category of deformity. Tubular breast deformity includes a few different congenital traits that impact the size and shape of the breasts. Tuberous breasts are often small, elongated and asymmetrical, creating aesthetical issues. Dr. Ali Charafeddine at Eden Plastic Surgery Institute is a breast correction specialist, offering tubular breast deformity surgery at our medical facility in Miami.

Tuberous breasts come in mild, moderate and severe deformities. Some of the traits include small size, putty nipples/areolas, malposition of the breast fold, asymmetry and tubular or elongated breast tissue. There may be less skin and breast constriction that does not allow the breast to fill out “normally.” Women with tubular breast deformity usually have this condition since puberty. The size and shape of their breasts can impact confidence in their appearance and sexuality.

Tuberous Breast Correction Surgery

Tubular breast deformity surgery is not simply breast augmentation to achieve larger breasts. There are deformities within the breast structure that must be addressed to reshape the breasts and correct herniations or asymmetry issues. While many patients opt to have breast implants added to create fuller, larger breasts, the tuberous breast correction surgery is much more complex than a typical breast augmentation. This surgery is unique and customized to each patient, depending on their particular deformities and what breast appearance they desire.

Tubular breast deformities can impact your self-confidence in your appearance, especially when wearing a swimsuit or during intimate encounters. Eden Plastic Surgery Institute offers options to reshape and resize your breasts with tuberous breast correction surgery and augmentation. To learn more about your options, contact our office in Miami to schedule a consultation with Dr. Ali Charafeddine to discuss tubular breast deformity surgery.