Correction and enlargement of tubular and asymmetric breasts

Tubular breasts represent a problem in breast development. The basic feature is a narrow base of small breasts, while the areola and nipple are wide.

The root cause of such breasts is a mismatch in connective tissue development. Specifically, the connective tissue of the breast itself is tight, while the connective tissue of the nipple and areola is loose, which leads to limitations in the proper growth of the breast as a whole. As the connective fibers in the area of the areola and the nipple are indulgent, the tissue of the entire breast passes through them, making the areoles large, while the breasts themselves remain small, elongated, resembling a tube (tube), hence the name – tubular breasts.