Asymmetric Breasts Before & After Photos

Below you will find a collection of Asymmetric Breasts Before & After Photos from Dr Craig Rubinstein, one of Melbourne’s top breast surgery plastic surgeons. For further asymmetric breasts images, please contact us to book a consultation with Dr Craig Rubinstein.

Asymmetric Breasts Before & After Photos

Symmetric Implants After Left Breast Lipo
Symmetric Implants After Left Breast Lipo

Asymmetric Breast Reduction (early recovery phase – 8 weeks)

Asymmetric Breast Reduction

Right Breast Reduction with Symmetric Implants (early recovery phase – 8 weeks)

Right Breast Reduction with Symmetric Implants

Right Mastopexy (Breast Lift) and Left Breast Reduction (Early recovery phase – 8 weeks)

 Mastopexy and Breast Reduction

Our asymmetric breasts before and after photographs aim to show you the variety of patient outcomes with this procedure. The decision to proceed with plastic surgery is a deeply personal one for every patient. Before you make the decision, ensure you have done all your research. Never rush into surgery and ensure you are only doing the surgery for yourself.

Further, remember that results may vary significantly from patient to patient. While tools such as Vectra 3D can help with planning your surgery, these are not necessarily predicative of your final outcome.

Dr Rubinstein is a specialist plastic surgeon who customises your surgery to your individual needs. Further, Dr Craig Rubinstein only uses high quality breast implants in each surgical procedure.

Why Breast Asymmetry Surgery?

A asymmetric breasts procedure may help you:

  • Feel your proportions are more in balance
  • Increase the volume of smaller or “empty” looking breasts
  • Restore the look of breasts after pregnancy or weight loss
  • Improve the look of cleavage

A consultation with Dr Craig Rubinstein will help ascertain if this procedure is right for you and your concerns. A consultation will also allow you to view further asymmetric breasts before and after images of real patients. These images and your consultation will give you an idea of what is, and is not, achievable with asymmetric breasts surgery.