Breast reduction is a surgical procedure to reduce its size, extirpandose fat, skin and breast tissue, making them lighter and smaller firm, could need or not
reduction of the areola.
Women with large breasts may have some problems due to this excess weight, such as back and neck pain, which requires the adoption vicious positions altering the axis the dorsal cervical spine, skin irritations and even Inframammary respiratory problems.
The purpose of breast reduction is proportional to the woman small breasts and a more proportional to the rest of your body shape.
Who is considered a candidate for this procedure.
It is generally used for relief of a physical problem such as excessive volume of your chest that interferes with many activities and cause physical discomfort.
Fully developed breast, although physical problems pressing can be performed.
It is also considered by many females as a cosmetic procedure.
Will I have to be in the hospital?
The breast reduction surgery is considered an outpatient procedure.
You will most likely return to the comfort of your own home the same day.
However, it is not uncommon for a surgeon to recommend and overnight stay. You will need someone to take you home and stay with you for at least 24 hours. The procedure may be done in a hospital outpatient surgery center, or in your surgeon’s office-based surgical suite. Most commonly, general anesthesia is used. After the surgery you will be closely monitored and cared for. You will be dressed in a surgical or approved sport bra.
It evaluates size, shape, strength of the skin, general health status.
Complete physical exploration, different surgical techniques and options or a combination of procedures that are best for the client will be explained.
Surgery and anesthesia.
Generally required hospital and high income both days after surgery.
General anesthesia is used.
Surgical time between two and four hours.
The most common technique in the anchor incision around the nipple to remove excess fat, breast tissue and skin, repositioning the areola and nipple in his new position, in some cases combined with liposuction.
When can I go back to work?
Provided you don’t do any lifting, you can likely return in a couple of weeks; in most cases, can vary from person to person.
Normalen back to life 24-48 hours; in most cases, can vary from person to person, the discomfort is well controlled with medication needs, the bandages are removed in 72 hours and the sutures between 7 and 10 days approximately, with complete recovery and incorporation into working life in two or three weeks and return to sexual activity in two weeks; in most cases, can vary from person to person.
What kind of follow-up care will I need
To monitor your progress and to ensure you are taking care of yourself, you will return to the surgeon’s office for a postoperative follow-up visit almost immediately and then periodically. Your surgeon will instruct you on proper showering methods and sleeping positions as well as specific care for the skin and incision areas. The postoperative time is critical for the long-term effectiveness of your procedure.
What kind of risks are involved?
Breast reduction is a safe procedure performed on thousands of women each year. As with any surgical procedure, these are some risks. Your surgeon can detail these for you in a personal consultation. Remember that you can do your part in minimizing complications and following the before and after surgery instruction of the physician and staff.
Safe technique effective in skilled hands, with almost invisible scarring in early and final appearance in about two months, achieving a complete satifaccion to improve esteem and self-confidence to the desired ideal size of their breasts achieved.
Benefits of Breast Reduction
Achieving reduce breast through an appropriate and effective procedure leads to restore health in physical and aesthetic terms that favor the well-being and quality of life of the customer need thereof.
Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person