A panel of experts, including Laurie A. Casas, MD, explored the topic of breast asymmetry in relation to breast augmentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Discussed were the spectrum of problems as well as advice on surgical considerations.

“The key to a high patient satisfaction rate is to fully inform the patient that this kind of augmentation is extremely challenging, but that using a detailed analytic approach, we can achieve a very aesthetically pleasing outcome within the limits set by their preoperative anatomic characteristics,” said Dr. Casas.
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Q & A

Q: What should I do if I want larger more symmetrical breasts?

A: First, be sure you are seeing a (ABMS) board certified plastic surgeon who can help you with this problem. I just spoke to Plastic Surgeons around the world at our annual ASAPS meeting About treating patients who desire breast augmentation and who also have breast asymmetry. Although it is more complicated if your asymmetry is significant, I can assure you that after a thorough consultation I will outline your options and results that can be achieved.

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