Breast hypotrophy is characterised by breasts that are too small in relation to the general morphology, or even by a total lack of breast volume. Aesthetic surgery can provide an answer to this problem.
Time, pregnancies or weight variations are all factors that can have a significant impact on the shape of the breasts. One of the most common consequences of these factors is sagging or drooping breasts (“breast ptosis”).
Breast hypertrophy (too big breasts) is due to an excessive development of the mammary gland, with or without excess fat, and is characterised by an excessive volume of the breasts in relation to the general morphology.