Many women find their breasts develop in a way that doesn’t quite match their ideal shape. If you have pointy breasts and desire a fuller, rounder look, breast augmentation surgery may be the answer. This cosmetic procedure uses implants to increase breast volume and improve overall shape.

At your consultation, our board-certified plastic surgeon will discuss your goals and desired outcome. Together, you’ll explore implant options, size, and placement to achieve a natural-looking and balanced appearance. Breast augmentation can address pointiness by adding fullness to the lower portion of the breast, creating a more rounded and aesthetically pleasing silhouette.

Are Pointy Boobs Normal? You’re Not Alone!

Many women wonder if pointy boobs are normal. The truth is, breasts come in all shapes and sizes, and pointy ones are absolutely natural! This shape, also known as conical or tuberous breasts, develops due to variations in breast tissue. So whether you’ve always had them or they developed after puberty, there’s no need to worry.

However, if your pointy breasts are accompanied by a large gap between them and the nipples point downwards, it could be a sign of a condition called tuberous breasts. If you have any concerns, a doctor can easily diagnose this and discuss your options.

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Personalized Augmentation, Lift, and Reduction Solutions

Unhappy with your breast shape? You’re not alone. Many women seek breast augmentation, lift, or reduction surgery to achieve their desired look. Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Mr. Okan Morkoc, can help. During a personalized consultation, they’ll discuss your goals and recommend the procedure that best suits your needs, whether it’s enhancing size, correcting asymmetry, or restoring youthful perkiness.

Breast Augmentation:

Achieve the bust you’ve always dreamed of with breast augmentation! Implants offer a safe and effective way to increase volume, enhance shape, and even address mild drooping. This popular procedure can also be used in tuberous breast correction to add fullness and create a more balanced appearance.

Breast Uplift:

Tired of sagging breasts? Breast uplift surgery, also known as mastopexy, can help! This procedure addresses a common concern – droopy breasts caused by aging, weight fluctuations, or pregnancy. By reshaping and repositioning the breast tissue, a breast uplift can restore a perkier, more youthful look. It’s also a valuable tool in correcting tuberous breasts, where significant drooping is present. Additionally, the surgery can resize and reshape the areola for a more balanced overall aesthetic.

Breast Augmentation With an Uplift:

Considering Breast Augmentation with Uplift? Achieve Your Dream Results with Dr. Okan Morkoc Expertise in Augmentation Mastopexy.

Breast Reduction:

Are you struggling with neck, back pain, or discomfort due to large breasts? Breast reduction surgery, also known as reduction mammoplasty, can alleviate these symptoms and improve your quality of life. This procedure reduces the size and weight of your breasts by removing excess tissue and skin, creating a more proportionate and comfortable bustline.

Correcting Asymmetry: Achieve Balanced and Beautiful Breasts

Unhappy with uneven breasts? Dr. Okan Morkoc offers breast asymmetry correction to create a more balanced appearance. Our skilled surgeons can combine advanced techniques to address size, shape, and nipple position. Whether your concern is mildly uneven breasts or tubular breast asymmetry, we can help you achieve your desired results and boost your confidence.

Notice pointy results after breast augmentation?

Rest assured! Swelling can cause temporary pointy breasts or implant placement to appear higher initially. This is completely normal! Over 6 months, swelling subsides and implants settle into a more natural, rounded shape, often referred to as the “drop and fluff” phase. If you have concerns, consult Estevien Clinic for personalized guidance.