Within the entire realm of aesthetic breast surgery (augmentation, mastopexy and reduction) there are wide variations of breast types and problems to be treated. Most women have issues that are commonplace and are treated using routine surgical techniques. The results are typically predictable and favorable in such cases.
Some women have somewhat rare problems with the natural shape, size and position of the breasts. And others may have unusual problems with their breasts following initial breast surgery. These problems can be complex and may require extensive and less common surgical techniques to treat. The results are less predictable in such cases, and achievement of optimal aesthetics may not be possible. Here are some examples of special cases: