Can I breastfeed after a breast asymmetry correction?
Yes, it is possible to breastfeed after a breast asymmetry correction. However, some women experience decreased nipple sensation, which may affect the reflex that triggers milk flow. It is important to let Dr. Lind know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or if you plan to become pregnant or breastfeed in the near future.
Should I get a breast asymmetry correction if I have dents or blemishes on one breast?
For minor imperfections, fat grafting could be a more appropriate solution. Fat grafting uses fat from another part of the body to add volume or smooth minor imperfections in the breasts, and is a less invasive procedure than a breast asymmetry correction; fat grafting also requires less recovery time.
Does insurance cover breast asymmetry corrections?
In most cases, a breast asymmetry correction is considered an elective procedure for aesthetic purposes and is not covered by medical insurance. However, Lind Plastic Surgery offers various financing options to ensure every patient can access the treatments they deserve.