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Show Off A Brand New You

Feel confident and sexy with a beautifully symmetrical bust that flatters your figure! At Refine Clinic, we help women enhance their appearance through specific breast enhancement procedures tailored to correct asymmetrical breasts.

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Show Off A Brand New You

Feel confident and sexy with a beautifully symmetrical bust that flatters your figure! At Refine Clinic, we help women enhance their appearance through specific breast enhancement procedures tailored to correct asymmetrical breasts.

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What is Breast Asymmetry?

Breast asymmetry is a prevalent condition among women of all ages. There is no exact cause, but some women may notice it early in life, during development, or later in life, following changes to hormones, weight, body structure or similar experiences. The term refers to breasts that differ noticeably in shape, size or volume. In some cases, the breasts may hang at different lengths. Women who struggle with asymmetrical breast may require a specialised bra because they are not the same cup size, which can often be expensive and difficult to buy. Our highly trained doctors understand the importance of feeling symmetrical, and they operate delicately in situations like these. Schedule your free consultation today to learn more.

Are My Breasts Asymmetrical?

It’s true that almost every bust is disproportionate in some way. For some, the differences are barely noticeable, and may even shift over time. However, for other women, the asymmetry in their breasts is significant, causing trouble in many aspects of life. If your breasts are different in appearance or weight, and it causes difficulty finding clothing that fits correctly or similar issues, you may have asymmetrical breasts. A primary consultation appointment at Refine Clinic can help you determine if you may benefit from a breast asymmetry correction in Sydney.

The Benefits of Breast Asymmetry Surgery in Sydney

The most apparent benefit of breast asymmetry correction surgery is a proportionate bust, but it can enhance your entire life. Many women who struggle with noticeably asymmetrical breasts may feel embarrassed or self-conscious and have trouble becoming intimate with their partners or dressing in certain clothing. It can cause emotional and psychological turmoil and lead to feelings of insecurity. At Refine Clinic, our breast surgeons work closely with you to understand your desires and difficulties to develop a treatment plan that best suits your needs. Visit our clinic to learn more about breast asymmetry correction in Sydney.

What Techniques Can Be Used to Correct Asymmetrical Breasts?

At Refine clinic, our cosmetic surgeons are highly trained in breast enhancement procedures. We offer a wide variety of surgeries and utilise innovative techniques and technology to help patients achieve optimal results. Breast asymmetry is a common issue among women, and often, women seeking breast augmentation are hoping to correct these types of abnormalities. In many cases, our surgeon will employ one or more of the following techniques to develop an individualised approach for you. Additionally, they may help with enhancing other small imperfections, like breasts that may be too small or too big for your frame.

Breast Implants
Better known as a breast augmentation or a boob job, breast implants are an excellent way to correct severe asymmetry. Depending on your unique needs, the surgeon can insert one implant to help match the other breast, or they can use two different sized implants to achieve a fuller, yet symmetrical, result.
Breast Reduction
Implants are not the only way to achieve a proportionate bust. If the asymmetry appears in the size of the breast (for example, one is noticeably larger than the other, but has a similar shape), a breast reduction can be a straightforward way to correct this. Rather than increasing the size of either breast, the surgeon will remove fat cells and skin from the bigger side. The results of this type of procedure are often immediately noticeable.
Breast Lift
For some women, the issue of asymmetry is not so much in the size or shape, but the sag or droop of the breast. If you have one boob that sits at a different position on your chest, a breast lift may be the best way to correct this. For women who don’t want implants, a breast lift can also be an excellent way to achieve a uniform shape and size.

Explore a whole new world with breast asymmetry surgery in Sydney! Contact Refine Clinic today at (02) 8188 3775 to schedule your free consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Should I Prepare for the Procedure?
During your consultation, you will be able to discuss any symmetry concerns and how you want your bust to look. The surgeon will examine you and review your medical history to determine if you are an ideal candidate for breast asymmetry surgery. If so, they will talk to you about your surgical options and the recommended course of action to help you achieve your ideal aesthetic. You will be able to try different implants, as well as discuss the possibility of incorporating other breast enhancement techniques to flatter your figure. Finally, the surgeon will provide you with a list of instructions to adhere to in the weeks leading up to your surgery.
What Happens During a Breast Asymmetry Surgery?
Our asymmetrical breast augmentation surgeries are tailored to suit each patient’s unique needs to deliver a natural-looking, proportionate result. This approach means that each operation may vary slightly. For minor symmetry issues, your surgeon may make a small incision near the areola, which can help minimise visible scarring. This also allows them to tighten the surrounding skin and reposition the nipple, if necessary. However, for patients who will require a more in-depth lift, an anchor-shaped incision might be more successful. Whenever possible, our surgeons incorporate incisions along the natural contour of the body, which helps camouflage any scars. Patients who need implants have the option of sub glandular or subpectoral placement, which can be discussed with your surgeon to see which best suits you. Sub-glandular means the implants are placed between the breast tissue and the pectoral muscle, whereas subpectoral means they are placed underneath the pectoral muscle.
When Will I Begin to See Results?
The results of a breast asymmetry surgery can often be seen immediately, though patients with implants will have to wait several weeks to see the final result. After cosmetic surgery, some swelling or redness may occur, but once it fully subsides, you should be able to appreciate your new appearance fully. The exact recovery time will depend on the type of surgery received for the correction.
What is the Cost of Breast Asymmetry Surgery?
To determine the cost of your breast asymmetry surgery, you will need to schedule an initial consultation. These appointments are entirely complimentary, so you can receive comprehensive advice from an expertly trained professional, without having to shell out hundreds of dollars. During your consultation, you will be able to discuss the costs of breast asymmetry surgery and your payment options. The final price for your procedure will include anaesthesia, surgeon and day bed fees, as well as a follow-up appointment and costs of the operating theatre.
Contact us for Your Complimentary Consultation Today
Our team of highly trained and professional surgeons understand how important it is to look your very best. We are extensively trained in the fields of breast augmentation treatments and offer compassionate and comprehensive services every step of the way. Refine Clinic employs the latest treatment options in our state-of-the-art clinic. Since 2007, our goal has been to provide affordable treatments and incredible results to the residents of Sydney. If you wish to learn more about available options of breast augmentation and lift surgery in Sydney don’t hesitate to call us at (02) 8188 3775 to schedule your free consultation with one of our qualified cosmetic surgeons.

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