It is not possible to guarantee that your breasts will end up perfectly symmetrical.
This operation involves removing the excess skin from your breast by making a cut around each nipple, and sometimes a T-shaped cut under your breast. Surgery may take three hours to complete, and you will be in hospital for one or two nights after surgery. There will be small tubes (drains) coming out from each breast when you wake up. These are to collect any blood, but sometimes blood may collect underneath the skin and breast tissue. In this case, you may require a second operation to remove the blood clot.
Despite taking careful measurements of the breasts and the new nipple position before your operation, and checking the shape and dimensions at the end of the operation, it is not possible to guarantee that your breasts will end up perfectly symmetrical.