Breast Augmentation Revision – Asymmetry Ardmore

Published by Dr. Kathy Rumer .

If you’ve noticed aesthetic issues with your breasts following breast augmentation surgery, it’s important to not ignore them. Instead, visit a board-certified plastic surgeon for breast augmentation revision, which can be used to correct these issues.

Breast augmentation revision can be necessary in cases where the results of a previous breast enhancement are asymmetrical. This may have occurred as a result of malpositioned breast tissue pockets. Your plastic surgeon may correct this issue through the use of strategic internal suture use in the breast tissue pockets.

Meet with experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Kathy Rumer for a breast area evaluation. Dr. Rumer will be able to determine the best course of action for remedying breast issues through breast augmentation revision surgery. To set up a consultation with Dr. Rumer, contact us.

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Breast Asymmetry – Breast Reduction Ardmore

Published by Dr. Kathy Rumer .

Many women must deal with breast asymmetry, a condition where one of their breasts is disproportionately larger or smaller than the other. This can cause embarrassment and emotional distress. Breast reduction is a popular solution to this problem.

A breast reduction is a corrective procedure that can make a person’s too-large breast smaller, matching the other breast. During breast reduction surgery to correct breast asymmetry, a plastic surgeon takes away the excess glandular tissue, fat, and skin tissue that causes the breast to be larger than normal.

To solve breast asymmetry and a host of other issues, consider getting breast reduction surgery from Dr. Kathy Rumer, a board-certified plastic surgeon. During a consultation, Dr. Rumer will explain the procedure in greater detail and will evaluate the area to decide on the best method for achieving your aesthetic goals. Contact us to set up a consultation.

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