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Breast Asymmetry

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Breast Asymmetry

Whilst a small breast asymmetry is common and not often noticeable, there are some cases where one breast is of a significantly different size than the other.

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Breast Ptosis

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Breast Ptosis

Commonly, breasts become more droopy with age, weight fluctuations, pregnancy and breast-feeding, gravity and heredity.

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Capsular Contracture

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Capsular Contracture

Capsular Contracture describes abnormal thickening of the normal scar tissue (capsule) that the body forms around all breast implants.

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Gynaecomastia

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Gynaecomastia

Gynaecomastia (enlarged male breasts or “Moobs”) is a condition characterised by overdeveloped breasts in men, which can present at any age, especially during puberty.

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Macromastia / Breast Hyperthrophy / Large Breasts

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Macromastia / Breast Hyperthrophy / Large Breasts

Very large breasts (macromastia or breast hypertrophy) can create social, functional and physical concerns for many women.

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Small Breasts / Hypomastia / Amastia

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Small Breasts / Hypomastia / Amastia

Hypomastia is the medical term for the under development of breast tissue post puberty.

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Tuberous Breasts

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Tuberous Breasts

Tuberous breasts (tubular breasts or constricted breasts) are elongated and misshapen breasts that can occur at birth or during puberty.

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