Dr. David Stoker
4640 Admiralty Way #1000
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
(310) 300-1779

Breast Asymmetry Correction

Breast asymmetry correction surgery in Los Angeles is one of the most common problems I confront as a specialist in plastic surgery of the breast. In my initial consultations, I find that patients are sometimes unaware of their own breast asymmetry. Breasts vary greatly between people and, in some cases, between a patient's left and right sides. Identifying these differences early is important in planning for the ideal surgical outcome.

I'd be happy to talk with you more about asymmetrical breasts in Los Angeles. Simply request a consultation online or call us at (310) 300-1779 to schedule an appointment.

The Dr. Stoker Difference

For Your Breast Augmentation:

  1. He served as a clinical investigator for cohesive silicone gel implants, today's most popular options.
  2. He's published clinical research detailing more than 1000 silicone implant case studies.
  3. He's co-authored a number of articles on emerging breast augmentation techniques and safety considerations.
  4. He's been featured throughout the media, including The New York Times and NBC's "Today Show."

Breast Asymmetry Correction Before & After Photos


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Breast Asymmetry Correction Before & After Photos

Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

Congenital Breast Asymmetry

Reasons why patients may have a preexisting difference between their breasts include:

  • Breast volume differences
  • Areola size or position differences
  • Chest wall (rib cage) asymmetries, as in scoliosis or pectus excavatum
  • Inframammary crease position differences

Post-Surgical Breast Asymmetry

Conditions that may contribute to breast asymmetry developing years after breast surgery, such as breast augmentation, include:

  • Capsular contracture
  • Implant position movement
  • Droopiness (ptosis) of the breast tissue
  • Stretching of the areolas

Customized Treatment Plan

Breast asymmetry is a more difficult condition to treat than typical cosmetic surgery of the breast. It requires a carefully thought-out plan. Surgeon experience is critical in making the many small decisions that together will determine the quality of the patient's result.

Patients frequently have several options. I take the time to explain those options to patients. I also specify which of those plans would most likely lead to a happy outcome. As a trusted advisor, I want patients to understand the full implications of their decisions so that they can choose wisely.

Implant Options

I am pleased to be able to offer patients a large variety of implant options for breast size correction in Los Angeles to suit their needs. As a clinical investigator for the newest generation of silicone gel implants, I have access to the implants that, in some cases, will be the best choice for a patient. This new generation of implants comes in five different styles that allow me to customize the implant choice for the patient's needs. In addition, I have the full selection of FDA-approved silicone gel and saline implants available as required for my patients.

Satisfying Outcomes

Breast asymmetry is a challenging problem. Surgeon experience, diligence, and communication are all required to achieve optimal results. For me, these cases are particularly rewarding because of the satisfying outcomes I achieve for my patients.

For more information on breast asymmetry correction, request a consultation online or call (310) 300-1779.

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