Regardless of size, all healthy breasts have the same amount of breast tissue
Breast tissue is made up of glands that produce milk during pregnancy.
Fat provides protective padding for the milk-producing glands.
The areola is the pigmented tissue that surrounds each nipple.
Chest muscles contract and expand so you can move your arms.
The rib cage houses vital organs like your heart and lungs.
The Inframammary fold is the crease where your chest wall meets your breast.