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Having slightly asymmetrical or shapeless breasts is common and often goes unnoticed. However, for women with tubular breasts, the imperfections may be more bothersome and prominent. Tubular breast deformity causes one or both breasts to be misshapen in several ways, which tends to lead to damaged self-esteem and other emotional consequences. Fortunately, Dr. Todd B. Koch offers corrective surgery to improve the appearance of tubular breasts and restore his patients’ confidence.
A: Because this surgery is more involved than a standard breast augmentation procedure, it can take anywhere from two to two and a half hours.
A: This procedure is typically performed under general anesthesia as an outpatient procedure. While some patients may qualify for local anesthesia with intravenous sedation, it is rarely used for this surgery.
A: Complications during or after tubular breast correction are uncommon, but all surgeries come with risks. Some of the potential risks include:
A: The results of tubular breast correction surgery are intended to be long lasting. However, aging, genetics, pregnancy, and weight fluctuations may affect the overall appearance of the breasts over time.