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Small Breasts / Hypomastia / Amastia

Small Breasts / Hypomastia / Amastia

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

Women with small breasts should know that there is actually no defined ‘normal’ size that a fully developed breast ought to be. However, having small breasts or breast hypomastia can leave some women with body image problems and low confidence.

Amastia, lack of development of breasts, is a rare condition, presumed to be caused by a failure in the development of the milk line. We can successfully treat both Hypomastia and Amastia with breast augmentation (breast enlargement), a surgical intervention which uses breast implants to augment or reconstruct the affected breasts.

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Procedures

Related Procedures

Procedure

Breast Asymmetry Surgery

The aim of this surgical procedure is to improve the symmetry of the breasts, with regard to size shape and nipple position.

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Breast Asymmetry Surgery
Breast Enlargement  –  Breast Augmentation

Procedure

Breast Enlargement – Breast Augmentation

Small or less shapely breasts may be genetic, or as a result of weight loss, ageing or pregnancy and can leave you feeling self-conscious.

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Procedure

Tuberous Breast Correction

Tuberous breasts is a congenital condition and affected people can often feel embarrassed and self-conscious, experiencing some stress and anxiety with the need to hide their appearance.

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Tuberous Breast Correction
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