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Tubular Breast Patients Newport Beach, Orange County

Tubular Breast Patients

 

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Typical Tubular Breast Patients

 

Typical Tubular Breast Patients - Image 1

Before Picture – This patient presented to Dr. Agha for breast augmentation. She was found to have asymmetrical breasts with a tuberous form, especially the left breast. The left breast displays a narrow breast from top to bottom with lack of lower pole breast tissue and skin. The left nipple-areola complex is larger than the right, and the left inframammary fold is higher and constricted.

 

Typical Tubular Breast Patients - Image 2

Before Picture – This patient presented to Dr. Agha for breast augmentation and reduction of her nipple-areola complexes. She was found to have asymmetrical breasts with a tuberous form on both sides. Both breasts display a narrow form from top to bottom with lack of lower pole breast tissue and skin. Both nipple-areola complexes are large and puffy. The inframammary folds are high and constricted.

 

Typical Tubular Breast Patients - Image 3

Before Picture – This patient presented to Dr. Agha for breast augmentation. She has tuberous breast deformity on both sides. Both breasts display a narrow form from top to bottom and lack lower pole breast tissue and skin. Both nipple-areola complexes are relatively large, and the inframammary folds are high and constricted.