There are many types of breasts. Breast shapes depend upon the breasts’ texture, skin, shape and overall structure. Let us see some of the important breast shapes.
The swooping breasts are actually pretty common. Some possibly because of lack of volume but no sag – it is, in realty, the better of among all other shapes to have if the woman is planning to undergo having implants. In this shape, the nipples point upwards that is considered to be major asset in breast augmentation surgeries. Of course, breast shapes could be hereditary. Women sometimes wonder where their breasts come from when they have been the black sheep of the family in this gaze.
The ptotic or saggy breast with some volume is also quite common and generally after a pregnancy the women start losing the volume and have enlarged areola and thinned skin because of stretching during the gestational period. Breastfeeding might affect the nipples’ structure as well; they can cause it to elongate. Thanks to nipple reduction surgeries as well as an areola reduction techniques that such things can be corrected. However, sometimes a minor lift is required.
The ptotic or saggy breast having little to no volume is also common particularly after delivery of a child, breastfeeding, weight loss and due to age changes – or four altogether. Although many young mothers might feel this after pregnancy and breastfeeding where aging is not a problem. Nevertheless, it is truly depending upon the person. No matter, the augmentation mammoplasty procedure may considerably improve such breast type. Sometimes, again, a lift is needed.
The ptotic or saggy breast having more volume will more than likely needs a lift and favorable thing about such breast shape is that there is yet a significant amount of breast tissues covering the implants. Too little tissues can result in palpable implants. The same breasts but without the volume will of course need a larger implants and a lift.
Tiny breasts are more common than what anyone can think. The smaller breasted women do protrude out with prominent results with implants. Generally this breasts’ type will need to have the implants placed under the chest muscles known as pectoral muscles. It is also possible having the full sub muscular placements using the serratus muscle and the rectus abdominus fascia and also the pectoralis major.
Rippling could be an issue with women having smaller breasts, though women with very tiny breast tissues and thinner skin might qualify for silicone filled implantation.