Underdeveloped Breasts

Some women experience an underdevelopment of breast tissue, which can have a significant impact on their self confidence. Underdeveloped breasts occur when a woman has breast tissue that does not mature.

Underdeveloped breasts can be caused by a number of factors, including genetics. Additionally lifestyle factors can have an impact on the body’s ability to develop breast tissue. For many patients with underdeveloped breasts, surgery is a logical step that helps them to achieve the bust shape and volume they desire.

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Coppergate Clinic is pleased to offer a range of treatment options for underdeveloped breasts, including breast augmentation and fat transfer to breasts.

Our expert cosmetic surgeons can help you to regain your confidence with breast augmentation to improve the size and shape of underdeveloped breasts. Our team is on hand to best advise you on your treatment options available, including no treatment at all.

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