Botched reduction

I had a breast reduction 17 years ago by the NHS United Kingdom. It looks like a dentist performed the surgery. I have 2 total different breasts. It's taken me all these years to realize the anxiety of holding down a relationship is caused through severe depression of my breasts and the thought of showing them. I'm now single and decided I need this correction to gain my confidence back an live a happy life. I want nice natural looking breasts to make me confident to show them and not feel like a freak.

There are always options for you to consider after having a visit with a board certified plastic surgeon (not a trainee) and making sure your surgeon you choose acknowledges what your goals and expectations are. Photos would help discern how 'botched' your procedure was and also help us understand better what your concerns may be.

Curtis S. F. Wong, MD
Curtis S. F. Wong, MD
1950 Rosaline AveReddingCA96001US

Curtis S. F. Wong, MD

1950 Rosaline Ave, Redding, CA,
UNITED STATES, 96001

Correction of this problem depends on the severity of your deformity. Most board certified should be able to improve your breasts and make them more symmetrical. Your scars, however, may be more difficult to correct, as would the shape of your nipples. If possible retrieve your operative report from the hospital or doctor and bring it to your consultation. Best wishes to you.

Arthur W. Perry, MD, FACS
Arthur W. Perry, MD, FACS
3055 NJ-27Franklin TownshipNJ08823US

Arthur W. Perry, MD, FACS

3055 NJ-27, Franklin Township, NJ,
UNITED STATES, 08823

Sorry that you are unhappy with your results. There are different things that can be done to revise reductions. Finding someone in your area that is an ASAPS member assures that you will be with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Hopefully they can present options to you. All of us hope to have patients that are happy with their results. There are times that the outcome is disappointing even in the best of hands. You are basically asking someone to redo someone else's work. Personally, if I see a patient who uses the word "botched" it is an immediate turn off to me. Best of Luck!

M. Scott Haydon, MD
M. Scott Haydon, MD
4701 Bee Caves RdWest Lake HillsTX78746US

M. Scott Haydon, MD

4701 Bee Cave Rd, #202, West Lake Hills, TX,
UNITED STATES, 78746

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