Symmastia Uniboob Breadloafing Repair
Double Bubble Repair
26 yrs · Smooth Round · 330cc
Inframammary · Under Muscle
Symmastia, commonly referred to as “uniboob” or “breadloafing,” is a condition that affects the appearance of the breasts. It occurs when the skin and tissue between the breasts are excessively tightened or when breast implants are placed too close together, resulting in the breasts appearing as a single continuous mass rather than two separate entities. Symmastia can occur naturally or as a complication of breast augmentation surgery.
Before-and-after photos can provide a visual representation of the effects of symmastia and the transformative results of corrective procedures. In “before” photos, symmastia can be observed as a lack of natural cleavage, with the breasts appearing to merge into a single breast mound. This can cause physical discomfort, self-consciousness, and difficulty finding clothing that fits properly.
However, “after” photos demonstrate the positive outcomes of corrective procedures for symmastia. Surgeons use various techniques to correct the condition, such as releasing the tight tissue between the breasts, repositioning or resizing implants, or using specialized internal sutures to create a natural separation. These procedures aim to restore a normal breast appearance and improve the patient’s self-confidence.
After corrective surgery, “after” photos show a distinct separation between the breasts, restoring a natural cleavage and creating a more aesthetically pleasing breast shape. The patient’s breasts regain their individual form, allowing for a broader range of clothing options and enhancing their overall body image.
It’s important to note that each individual’s experience with symmastia and their results after corrective surgery can vary. Consulting with a qualified plastic surgeon like Dr. DeConti, is crucial to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for each person’s unique needs.
Before-and-after photos can serve as a visual testament to the transformative power of corrective procedures for symmastia. They provide individuals considering treatment with a realistic expectation of the potential outcomes and serve as a valuable tool for educating patients about the possibilities of correcting this condition.