Experiencing any issues with how your breasts look? Know more about the possible breast conditions that you might be undergoing and how we can help you solve these issues.
What is Saggy Breast?
Saggy breasts, also known as breast ptosis, is a common breast condition. It is usually caused by factors such as aging, multiple pregnancies, rapid weight loss and weight gain, estrogen deficiency, and more. Essentially, the skin of the breast loses elasticity and becomes less tight, not being able to support the breast tissue underneath.
Types of Saggy Breast
The severity of sagging breasts can be measured through the ptosis scale:
Grade I (Mild Ptosis): The nipples fall at the level of the breast fold or the crease beneath the breast. Most of the lower breast tissue still hangs beneath the nipples.
Grade II (Moderate Ptosis): The nipples rest just below the breast fold. Most of the lower breast tissue still hangs beneath the nipples, but there’s more noticeable sagging.
Grade III (Advanced or Severe Ptosis): The nipples and most of the breast tissue rest below the breast fold, pointing downward.
How Breast augmentation with Ergonomix® can help with Saggy Breasts
As the breast loses volume due to reasons like aging, pregnancy, or weight reduction, breast implants can restore volume lost. Also, if you have too much breast skin, the implant can correct the sagging by filling in the tissue underneath.
In some cases, a combination of breast augmentation and breast lift can be done. However, this is a more complex operation, so make sure to do it under a qualified and experienced surgeon. Find out more on Ergonomix® here!
What is Uneven Breast?
As the name suggests, breast asymmetry is characterized by breasts that do not match in size, shape, or position. Having uneven breasts is quite normal, though some cases of asymmetry are more noticeable. The difference can be noticed as early as puberty, when the breasts start to develop. It may be caused by hormonal changes or even genetics.
Types of Uneven Breast There might be difference between the two breasts on different factors:
Unevenly Sized Breasts: One breast is smaller than the other due to differing volume of breast tissue, fat, and skin.
Unevenly Shaped Breasts: The breasts have differing shapes due to the development of the breast tissue.
How Breast augmentation with Ergonomix® can help with Uneven Breast
There are many treatments available for breast asymmetry, and one of them is breast augmentation using implants. Depending on the severity of the condition, surgeons may place breast implants in one or both of the breast to make it look even. They might also recommend doing reduction to the larger breast and an augmentation for the smaller breast. Correcting breast asymmetry can be a case-to-case basis depending on the patient’s needs. Find out more on Ergonomix® here!