Tubular Breast Syndrome (2022 Treatment Guide) | Sheikh Ahmad

Tubular Breast Syndrome

 

Tubular Breast Syndrome: What It Is, Symptoms, and Treatment

One of the reasons women may seek breast augmentation is because she has tubular breast syndrome. This is a condition where the breasts don’t develop correctly. Tubular breasts are often smaller and have a tubular shape, and the areola and nipples may also be smaller than average. Women with tubular breasts often feel self-conscious about their appearance and may have low self-esteem. Treatment for tubular breasts is not required, but many women choose surgery for their emotional well-being and self-confidence. Discover what tubular breast syndrome is, why women have tubular breasts, the features you should be worried about, how tubular breasts are treated, what procedures are used to treat tubular breasts and the benefits of breast surgery.

What is tubular breast syndrome?

Tubular breast syndrome is a condition that affects the development of the breasts. The cause of tubular breasts is unknown, but it is thought to be due to a combination of genetic and hormonal factors. Women with tubular breasts often have smaller breasts and a tubular shape, and the areola and nipples may also be smaller than average. Tubular breasts can occur in one or both breasts.

The cause of tubular breasts is unknown, but it is thought to be due to a combination of genetic and hormonal factors. Tubular breasts can occur in one or both breasts.

Tubular breasts are also known as tubular breast deformity, constricted breasts, or tight chest syndrome.

What are the signs of tubular breasts?

The main sign of tubular breasts is a tubular shape. The breasts may be small and pointy or have a round, tube-like shape. The areola and nipples may also be smaller than average. Tubular breasts can occur in one or both breasts.

Other signs of tubular breasts include:

  • Asymmetry (uneven breasts)
  • Ptosis (drooping breasts)
  • Hernia (bulging of the breast tissue through the skin)
  • Rashes or infections in the creases beneath the breasts

Should women with tubular breasts be worried?

Tubular breasts are not a medical concern and do not require treatment. However, many women with tubular breasts feel self-conscious about their appearance and may have low self-esteem. If you are concerned about how your breasts look, talk to your doctor or a plastic surgeon.

How common are tubular breasts?

Tubular breasts are relatively rare. They occur in about 2 per cent of women, and tubular breasts are more common in Asian women and women of Eastern European descent.

There is no medical reason to worry about tubular breasts. However, many women feel self-conscious about their appearance and may have low self-esteem. Treatment for tubular breasts is not required, but many women choose surgery for their emotional well-being and self-confidence. If you are concerned about how your breasts look, talk to your doctor or a plastic surgeon.

What are the treatments for tubular breasts?

The primary treatment for tubular breasts is surgery. Surgery can improve the appearance of the breasts and give you more self-confidence. Several different types of surgery can be used to treat tubular breasts.

Procedures used to treat tubular breasts include:

  • Breast augmentation: Breast implants are used to increase the size and fullness of the breasts.
  • Breast lift: A breast lift is used to improve the shape of the breasts.
  • Areola reduction: The areola (the dark area around the nipple) can be reduced in size.
  • Nipple correction: The nipple can be repositioned and made to look more natural.

Tubular beast correction using fat transfer

Fat transfer is a new procedure that uses fat from your body to improve the tubular breasts’ appearance. The fat transfer breast augmentation procedure:

  • Takes fat from another area of your body, such as your thighs or abdomen, using liposuction.
  • Processes the fat to remove impurities.
  • Injects the purified fat into the tubular breasts to add volume and improve their shape.

The benefits of fat transfer breast augmentation include:

  • Natural results: The fat that is used for the procedure comes from your own body, so the results look natural.
  • No scarring: No incisions are made on the breasts, so there is no scarring.
  • Safe: The fat transfer procedure is considered safe because it uses your fat.
  • Fat transfer breast augmentation is less expensive than traditional breast implants.

Tubular breast correction using implants

Implants are the most common breast surgery used to treat tubular breasts. Breast implants can:

  • Increase the size and fullness of your breasts.
  • Improve the shape of your breasts.
  • Make your breasts look more symmetrical.

The benefits of breast implants include:

  • Natural-looking results: Implants can give you natural-looking results.
  • No scarring: No incisions are made on the breasts, so there is no scarring.
  • Safe: Breast implants are considered safe.

The downside of breast implants is that they may need to be replaced every few years.

What are the benefits of surgery for tubular breasts?

The benefits of surgery for tubular breasts include:

  • Improved appearance: Surgery can improve the appearance of tubular breasts.
  • Increased self-confidence: Many women feel more confident after surgery.
  • Improved self-esteem: Many women feel better about themselves after surgery.
  • No scarring: No incisions are made on the breasts, so there is no scarring.

What are the risks of tubular breast augmentation surgery?

As with any surgery, there are risks associated with tubular breast augmentation surgery. These risks include:

  • Bleeding: You may have some bleeding after the surgery.
  • Infection: There is a small risk of infection after the surgery.
  • Asymmetry: Your breasts may not be perfectly symmetrical after the surgery.
  • Implant rupture: There is a small risk that your implants could rupture.
  • Capsular contracture: The scar tissue around your implants could harden and squeeze your implants.
  • Nipple numbness: You may have some numbness in your nipples after the surgery.
  • Scarring: You will have scars after the surgery.
  • Poor wound healing: The incisions may not heal properly.
  • Change in nipple sensation: You may have a change in nipple sensation after the surgery.
  • Breast implants may rupture or leak.
  • Nerve damage: You may have some nerve damage after the surgery.
  • Allergies: You may be allergic to the materials used in breast implants.
  • Reaction to anaesthesia: You may react to the anaesthesia used during the surgery.

What is the cost of tubular breast augmentation surgery?

The cost of tubular breast augmentation surgery varies depending on the type of procedure you choose, your surgeon’s fees, and the location of the surgery. Breast augmentation typically costs between $5,000 and $10,000. Areola reduction and nipple correction are usually performed at the same time as breast augmentation and add to the overall cost of the surgery. Breast lift surgery typically costs between $8,000 and $12,000.

What kind of aftercare is required after surgery?

After tubular breast surgery, you must take it easy for a few days. You may have some pain and swelling after the surgery, and your surgeon will prescribe medication to help with the pain. You should avoid strenuous activity for at least four weeks after the surgery.

You will also need to wear a surgical or sports bra for four to six weeks after the surgery, which will help support your breasts as they heal.

Why is tubular breast syndrome under-researched and under-discussed?

There are a few reasons why tubular breast syndrome is under-researched and under-discussed. First, tubular breasts are relatively rare. Second, there is no medical reason to treat tubular breasts. Many women with tubular breasts are happy with their appearance and do not feel the need for surgery.

Finally, tubular breasts can be challenging to treat surgically. Tubular breast surgery is often complex and requires a skilled and experienced surgeon.

Ways to prepare for a cosmetic surgery consultation

If you are considering tubular breast surgery, you can do a few things to prepare for your consultation.

  • Research tubular breast surgery and learn as much as you can about the procedure.
  • Consider why you are considering tubular breast surgery and your goals.
  • Find a few surgeons specialising in tubular breast surgery and schedule consultations with them.
  • During your consultation, ask the surgeon questions about their experience, the procedure, and the risks involved.
  • Make sure you are comfortable with the surgeon and that they are someone you can trust.

What to expect during a cosmetic surgeon consultation

During a cosmetic surgeon consultation, your surgeon will examine your breasts and ask about your medical history. They will also ask about your goals for surgery. Be sure to tell your surgeon about your expectations and what you hope to achieve with surgery. Your surgeon will then explain the different types of procedures that can be used to treat tubular breasts and help.

What should you look for in a plastic surgeon?

When choosing a plastic surgeon, it is essential to choose someone experienced in tubular breast surgery. You should also look for a surgeon who is board certified.

A good plastic surgeon will be able to answer all of your questions and help you make the best decision for your body.

When you meet with a cosmetic surgeon, there are a few things you should ask about tubular breast surgery:

  • Am I a good candidate for tubular breast surgery?
  • What are the risks and complications associated with tubular breast surgery?
  • How much does tubular breast surgery cost?
  • What is the recovery time for tubular breast surgery?
  • When can I expect to see results from my tubular breast surgery?
  • What are my options for tubular breast surgery?
  • What are the risks and complications associated with each option?
  • How do I choose the best option for me?
  • What anaesthetics will be used during my tubular breast surgery?
  • Will I be hospitalised after my tubular breast surgery?
  • When can I return to work after my tubular breast surgery?
  • What are the restrictions on activity after my tubular breast surgery?
  • When can I resume normal activities after my tubular breast surgery?
  • Will I need to take any special precautions while healing from my tubular breast surgery? What are they?
  • What are the long-term risks and complications associated with tubular breast surgery?

After you have all your questions answered, you can make an informed decision about whether or not tubular breast surgery is right for you.

What is a cosmetic surgery clinic?

A cosmetic surgery clinic is a facility like Sheikh Ahmad’s where plastic surgeons perform cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic surgery aims to help improve the appearance of patients through surgical and non-surgical means.

Clinics are often independently run and may or may not be affiliated with a hospital. Many clinics have a website where you can learn more about the clinic and the surgeons who work there.

Because surgery to correct tubular breast can be performed outside a hospital setting, choosing a cosmetic surgery clinic where you feel comfortable having the procedure is essential.

Before you book, there are some essential factors to consider about the individual practice:

  • Patient care standards: Make sure the clinic you’re considering is accredited and that it meets high patient care standards. Independent clinics must register with the Care Quality Commission in England. The clinic you choose should be willing to share their certificate with you before booking an appointment or display it somewhere in the office with other credentials and qualifications. Sheikh Ahmad and BYC Limited are registered with the CQC.
  • Registered with other organisations: In addition to the CQC, some clinics may also be registered with other organisations such as the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) or The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS). These registrations can give you an extra level of confidence in the clinic you’re considering.
  • Surgical experience: When you meet with the surgeon, ask about their experience performing tubular breast surgery. If they’ve only completed a few surgeries or if they mainly perform other types of cosmetic procedures, you may want to consider another surgeon who has more experience with tubular breast surgery.
  • Consultation: The consultation is your chance to get to know the surgeon and staff and ask any questions about tubular breast surgery. Make sure you feel comfortable with the surgeon and that they answer all of your questions to your satisfaction.
  • Location: Consider the location of the clinic when making your decision. If you live in a rural area, you may have to travel some distance for your consultation and surgery.
  • Cost: tubular breast surgery is not usually covered by insurance, so you’ll be responsible for the entire procedure cost. When you’re considering clinics, be sure to ask about the cost of the surgery and whether or not they offer financing options.

Considering all of these factors, you’ll be able to choose the cosmetic surgery clinic that’s right for you.

Don’t let tubular breast syndrome ruin your life.

If you have tubular breasts, don’t let them ruin your life. There are many women with tubular breasts who are happy and healthy. You can also choose surgery to improve your breasts’ appearance. Talk to your surgeon about your options and make the best decision for you.

Tubular breast surgery is a complex procedure that a skilled and experienced surgeon should only perform. If you are considering tubular breast surgery, find a qualified and registered plastic surgeon who has experience with this type of surgery. Be sure to ask about the risks and complications associated with the surgery and the cost. Recovery time is typically four to six weeks, and you can expect to see results from your surgery within three to six months. Tubular breast surgery can help improve the appearance of your breasts and boost your self-confidence.

Contact Mr Sheikh Ahmad to schedule a consultation.

At Sheikh Ahmad, we understand that having tubular breast surgery is a big decision.

We want you to feel confident and comfortable with your choice, so we offer a 1-1 consultation with Mr Ahmad. During your consultation, we’ll answer your questions about tubular breast surgery and help you decide if it’s the correct procedure. You can also find more frequently asked questions about Tuberous Breast Syndrome on our procedure page.

Contact us today to learn more about tubular breast surgery or schedule a consultation.

 

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