Breast Asymmetry Correction Surgery

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Do you have noticeably different breasts which are negatively impacting your self-esteem? Breast asymmetry is when you have uneven breasts that look very different. Perhaps one of your breasts is bigger than the other, or perhaps your nipples are not symmetrical. Clothing can be problematic; finding clothes which fit and you feel confident wearing can be tricky, especially underwear and swimwear.

In most cases, breast asymmetry is completely normal. But it’s worth checking in with your GP, because sometimes there may be an underlying medical cause.

If you find yourself deeply affected by your breast asymmetry, the results of surgery can be life-changing!


There are a few options for breast asymmetry correction: breast augmentation surgery, breast reduction surgery and/or a breast lift.

If you have two breasts of different sizes, breast augmentation surgery can increase the size of your smaller breast to match the other. If you’d like an increase in size to both breasts, that can be done too, using different sizes of implants.

Or if you want to go smaller, breast reduction can reduce the size of your bigger breast by removing the excess tissue so that it matches the other breast in size.

If one of your breasts is sagging and drooping more than the other, then a breast lift might be the best option for you. A breast lift can also be combined with a breast reduction as reducing the breast volume can sometimes cause sagging.

Quick Reference


1 to 3 hours


1 week

Anaesthesia used

General anaesthesia

Hospital Stay



4-6 weeks

Final Result

6 - 9 months

Pre admission tests

Blood tests, MRSA, +/- ECG


Solution to uneven breasts


1 - 4 weeks

Before and After Results

What our clients say about us

Patient Stories


Breast Augmentation

“Really happy with my new breasts. Pregnancy and breastfeeding take a toll on your breasts and it doesn’t matter how much exercise or dieting you do, it’s not possible to reverse the changes that occur. I feel that my breasts are now in proportion with my body and beautifully lifted“

Read more about Charlotte's experience

Our breast asymmetry correction surgeons

Mr Karidis is one of London’s most in-demand cosmetic surgeons and it is important for us to be able to offer you the option of another trusted surgeon, capable of producing the naturally beautiful results that are the hallmark of the Karidis Clinic.

With over 25 years’ cosmetic surgery experience, Consultant Plastic Surgeon Mr Mark Ho-Asjoe has worked with our medical director Mr Karidis for many years and is the only other cosmetic surgeon Mr Karidis would trust his patients to.

What to expect from your procedure

Some key information for what to expect in the lead up to, and during your procedure can be found below. We ensure our patients have all the support they need but if you do have further questions these will be addressed at your initial consultation.

How much does breast asymmetry correction cost?

Breast asymmetry correction surgery requires a surgeon fee, an anaesthetist fee and a hospital fee. The price also includes all of your pre-operative and post-operative care. The cost may vary slightly depending on your unique requirements, but we will give you a detailed quotation following your consultation.

For more information on what our surgical fees cover, get in touch today.



Breast uplift surgery

Mastopexy, also known as a ‘breast uplift’, is a surgical procedure to reshape and raise breasts without altering the overall volume of the breast.

Breast reduction surgery

Breast reduction, also referred to as reduction mammoplasty, is the surgical correction to reduce the size, volume, shape and weight of the breasts.

Corrective breast revision

Corrective and revision breast surgery is becoming increasingly popular to correct uneven or asymmetrical breasts or past surgery issues.

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