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Restore confidence with Tubular Breast Surgery

By Dr. Randy Rudderman
In Plastic Surgery Articles

Are you dissatisfied with the symmetry and shape of your breasts?  You are not alone; many women have tubular breasts and seek surgery to correct these concerns. Tubular breasts are typically small, asymmetric, not round, tight, constricted and the skin between the nipple and crease is short or tight.

Is tubular breast surgery for you?

Tubular breast correction surgery may an option for you if have any of these characteristics:

  • Long and/or tubular shape looking breasts
  • Breasts that lack symmetry
  • Nipple/areola area that is puffy, prominent & points downward
  • Breasts that never filled out correctly
  • You feel self-conscious & embarrassed about your appearance

What are the benefits?

  • An increase in self-esteem and confidence
  • Clothes fit better, and you don’t have to wear padded bras
  • Patients feel more comfortable in intimate situations
  • Results are visible immediately & keep improving over time after tubular breast correction

What procedures correct tubular breasts?

  • Breast augmentation helps add volume
  • Breast reduction helps subtract volume
  • Lifting and tightening the tissue and muscle
  • Nipple/areolar adjustment…for balance & a pleasing look

Every woman’s body is different, and we can determine a specific treatment plan to achieve your personal goals. A recent patient described her surgery as “life-changing.”

If you are concerned with your tubular breasts, schedule a consult today. Be sure to look at our tubular breast before and after gallery.

 

 

Dr. Randy Rudderman

Dr. Randy Rudderman

Since 1989, Dr. Randy Rudderman has been in private Plastic Surgery practice in Atlanta, focusing on the full range of aesthetic procedures – eyelid surgery, breast augmentation and breast lifts, liposuction, abdominoplasty, facelifts and facial reconstruction, among others. He also has a distinguished career in the reconstructive surgery arena, including facial and breast reconstruction. He has worked as a key member of teams from several prestigious organizations – including the AO-ASIF (Association for the Study of Internal Fixation) Foundation in Davos, Switzerland, and has conducted research at Case Western Reserve University Medical Centers, CWRU Engineering School, and NASA – producing breakthroughs in joining the science of facial biomechanics and reconstructive Plastic Surgery with rapidly evolving technological innovations.

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