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Should breasts llook the same after boob job?
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Dr. Richard Tholen
Surgery - Plastics
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In brief: Mostly, yes!
No woman starts with absolutely symmetrical breasts--measurements prove that! but most women look (and a few measure) much more closely after surgery, so every patient needs to understand that if asymmetry is severe, nice improvements can be made.
If symmetry is quite close, we do our best to keep it that way, but swelling, healing, scar formation, and other factors can make exact symmetry rare!

In brief: Mostly, yes!
No woman starts with absolutely symmetrical breasts--measurements prove that! but most women look (and a few measure) much more closely after surgery, so every patient needs to understand that if asymmetry is severe, nice improvements can be made.
If symmetry is quite close, we do our best to keep it that way, but swelling, healing, scar formation, and other factors can make exact symmetry rare!
Dr. Richard Tholen
Dr. Richard Tholen
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
In brief: Yes and no
There is only a limit to how much you can change a person'a appearance so they shouldnotlook that different but if enlarging, reducing, or lifting, your breasts should look different enough to achieve the realistic goals discussed pre-operatively.

In brief: Yes and no
There is only a limit to how much you can change a person'a appearance so they shouldnotlook that different but if enlarging, reducing, or lifting, your breasts should look different enough to achieve the realistic goals discussed pre-operatively.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
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Dr. Clark Schierle
Surgery - Plastics
In brief: Breast Symmetry
100% of women have some degree of asymmetry between their breasts.
We utilize advanced 3d imaging to assess and characterize these asymmetries before your surgery and try to correct them as much as possible. Ultimately your healing and natural anatomic variations will determine how symmetrical we can get you after your breast augmentation.

In brief: Breast Symmetry
100% of women have some degree of asymmetry between their breasts.
We utilize advanced 3d imaging to assess and characterize these asymmetries before your surgery and try to correct them as much as possible. Ultimately your healing and natural anatomic variations will determine how symmetrical we can get you after your breast augmentation.
Dr. Clark Schierle
Dr. Clark Schierle
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