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Dr. Courtney uses his extensive training and deep passion for empowering others to address breast asymmetry. His approach delivers balanced and natural-looking results, with patient safety as his top priority.

Because every instance of breast asymmetry is different, and every woman’s desire for breast enhancement and balance is unique, correcting breast asymmetry begins with an in-depth consultation where Dr. Courtney closely listens to your needs and concerns.

Breast Asymmetry With Dr. Courtney In Houston

During your initial visit to his Houston plastic surgery practice, Dr. Courtney will collect a detailed medical history and perform a physical examination. After carefully assessing the specific anatomic nature of your breast asymmetry, Dr. Courtney will thoroughly discuss your unique goals with you. He will then formulate a personalized plastic surgery treatment plan to correct breast asymmetry according to your aesthetic goals.

Breast asymmetry presents varying degrees of size, shape, and position, with nearly as many unique aesthetic goals.

Asymmetrical breasts can be lifted and reshaped in several ways. Dr. Courtney can enlarge smaller breasts, reduce larger breasts, or place implants in one or both breasts. Alternatively, you may require no breast implants to achieve breast symmetry. Using his experience in all aspects of breast asymmetry surgical correction, Dr. Courtney will guide you through every stage of the process while helping you choose the plastic surgery treatment option that will produce the best results for you.

To determine the best breast asymmetry correction that Houston has for you, we invite you to schedule a private consultation with Dr. Courtney, who will assess your physical needs while listening to understand your unique desires. At his office on Gessner Road in Houston, TX, Dr. Courtney will discuss surgery choices to correct breast asymmetry with you in detail before making his recommendations. He will also provide all the necessary information for deciding the best course of action to meet your goals.

Different Causes And Types Of Breast Asymmetry

Breast asymmetry is common, affecting more than half of all women, and occurs when one breast has a different size, volume, position, or form from the other. There are numerous reasons why breasts may change in size or volume, including:

  • Trauma
  • Puberty
  • Other hormonal changes

There are many types and combinations of breast asymmetry, some examples of which include:

  • Breast hypertrophy and breast hypoplasia, or one large breast and one small breast
  • Asymmetric breast hypoplasia is when both breasts are small, but one is smaller than the other
  • Unilateral or asymmetric breast ptosis which is when the breasts droop, or one breast hangs lower than the other
  • Breast positional asymmetry is when one breast sits higher or lower than the other
  • Areolar asymmetry refers to differences in nipple-areolar size, projection, or bulge
  • Tuberous breast condition, which is an unusual breast shape with varying degrees of breast constriction, areolar herniation, size discrepancy, and asymmetry

A patient may have one, several, or all of the above examples of asymmetry. Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Courtney will recommend a plastic surgery treatment plan that will correct breast asymmetry and is tailored to your unique anatomical requirements and personal aesthetic goals.

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Approaches To Correcting Breast Asymmetry

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation can correct asymmetrical breasts so that the smaller one matches the larger one. For this kind of surgery, Dr. Courtney will use an implant to increase the cup size of the smaller breast. If you want both breasts to be larger, a second, smaller implant can be placed in the larger breast.

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery may be more appropriate, such as when you want the larger breast to match the cup size of the smaller breast. Extra breast tissue is removed to reduce the larger breast until it matches the smaller one.

For some women, a combination of breast surgeries will be appropriate. Dr. Courtney can simultaneously use a lift, augmentation, or reduction to create breasts that look and feel natural while also being symmetrical.

Breast Revision

Breast revision surgeries can produce uneven breast size and shape. Dr. Courtney can surgically correct breast asymmetry caused by mismatched implants or the difference between a natural breast and an implant.

Why Choose Dr. Courtney For Breast Asymmetry Correction?

With his aesthetic eye, meticulous attention to detail, and years of training, Dr. Courtney’s surgical precision and technical skills offer patients newfound confidence in their appearance. While serving the greater Houston area, Dr. Courtney is dedicated to understanding and producing the personal cosmetic goals of his patients with his warm and caring nature. Dr. Courtney particularly enjoys being part of each patient’s journey and is honored to be a partner in boosting self-confidence.

A native of Texas, Dr. Courtney obtained his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M and continued to study medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center. For more than a decade, Dr. Courtney rigorously trained through his residency and fellowship programs in general surgery and plastic surgery at The Texas Medical Center. This advanced plastic surgery center is also one of the largest in the world. As a board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Courtney is constantly learning updated techniques to provide his patients with the latest procedure options. These reasons explain why patients are drawn from around the world for plastic surgery procedures at The Texas Medical Center.

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