What does the procedure entail?
Correcting tubular breasts is not a simple procedure. Dr. Gurley's Board Certification in Plastic Surgery has given her the surgical principals needed to treat this potentially complex condition. Your breasts will be altered, if needed, three dimensionally, taking into account the width, projection, and length of the breast and skin envelope. This is a great opportunity to also correct enlarged or asymmetrical areolas.
What can I expect?
Following the surgery, you may need a day or two of rest, at which point most patients will return to their normal activities. We recommend that you refrain from running, jogging or any strenuous exercise for 4-6 weeks after the surgery.
Who is a good candidate?
You may want to consider this procedure if:
You have been diagnosed with tuberous breasts, breast asymmetry, or unusually shaped breasts.
Real Artistic Outcomes
Dr. Gurley's years of experience means that she can work with you to determine the best course of action for your tubular breast condition. There are no two patients alike when it comes to tubular or congenital deformities, so it's critical to have experience to be able to tailor surgery for each patient. The outcome results in not only improved physical appearance but also an improvement in self-image, confidence, and well-being.
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