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Breasts are integral part of Feminine beauty. A woman’s appearance is enhanced by well-shaped breasts which are also proportionate with the rest of the body. Pregnancy and lactation often changes the shape of the breasts making it loose or saggy. Women can only have their breasts corrected if they no longer develop spontaneously. As from 18 years onwards breast surgery can be carried out. Unfortunately, no amount of exercise, hormonal treatment or creams can have any noticeable effect on breasts either to uplift or increase its size.

Most women have a breast surgery done once they’ve had children, and this between 25 and 40 years. If you change your mind later, you will have to undergo a new operation.

Whether you’re looking to augment, lift or reduce your breasts, you’ll find that the advice of a skilled and caring surgeon makes all the difference. Many variables such as incision type, procedural approach, implant location, implant type, tissue characteristics and patient requests must all be considered in order obtain natural, beautiful results that are tailored to each individual patient.

There are different types of breast surgeries available today to cater to different needs of a women.

Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation (Enlargement) is the most commonly performed surgical cosmetic procedure among patients to enlarge the breasts or increase the volume of breasts.

It helps in enhancing the size of breasts. Inadequate breast volume may lead to negative body image and low self-esteem. This effects the quality of life of person. This procedure is also done to restore contour when breast has been removed for cancer treatment surgically. The procedure is quick, safe and effective.

Breast Augmentation through Silicone Implant - Silicone gel-filled breast implants have a silicone outer shell that is filled with silicone gel. hey come in different sizes and have either smooth or textured shells. The gel feels a bit more like natural breast tissue. Silicone breast implants are FDA-approved for augmentation in women age 22 or older.

Breast Augmentation through Fat Grafting - Breast augmentation through fat grafting is an ideal option for women who are interested in alternatives to breast implants for a modest increase in their breast size.

Breast augmentation with fat transfer uses your own fat cells to increase your breast size. During the first part of the procedure, liposuction is used to carefully harvest fat cells from your donor site (generally your abdomen and flanks). This fat is processed to remove non-fat fluids and then gently injected into your breasts.

Ideal Candidate

  • The women who have flat chest or low volume breasts.

  • Those who want to enhance their breasts size.

  • The women whose breasts are not fully developed.

  • Those who have realistic expectations.

Benefits of Breast Augmentation

  • Enhances self-image and self-confidence.

  • Improves the appearance of breasts.

  • Gives youthful feeling.

  • It helps in regaining and enhancing a woman’s figure.

  • Ability to wear new or different clothes.

How it is done ?

  • The procedure takes around 60 to 90 minutes.

  • The surgeon makes an incision in inconspicuous areas, then he lifts the breast tissues and implant is inserted either between breast tissue and chest muscle or behind the chest muscle. The incisions are then stitched and covered with dressing. A small drain is put which is removed on third day.

Types of Procedure

  • Silicon Implant Placement: This is most commonly used method for breast augmentation. Silicon implants are available in various sizes and a size appropriate to the person’s physique is chosen. Implant placement is done through infra-mammary incision, which remains well hidden.

  • Fat Graft Mammoplasty: Fat grafting had been employed as a method of breast augmentation as early as 1895 when Czerny first transplanted a lipoma from the back to the breast for a mastectomy patient. Fat grafting involves the harvest of donor adipose tissue, most commonly from the buttocks or lower abdomen, and transplanting it to the patient's breast tissue. Fat grafting is also useful as a primary technique for small-volume augmentations2 or reconstructions (i.e., postlumpectomy reconstruction).

Risks

Every surgery involves some element of risks. This does not imply that the procedure is dangerous for patient’s health. In such of procedures there are common risks which may or may not occur. Choosing a right doctor is important for reducing the chances of occurrence of such risks.

Results

The results can be immediately seen. However, the swelling will subside over a period and the incisions will also fade away.

Recovery

The patient can go home after few hours of surgery. Special instruction will be given by the doctor as how to take care of breasts, medicines to apply or take orally to help healing and reduce the risk of infection.


Breast Reduction

Breast reduction is also known as reduction Mammoplasty. Large breasts not only make a woman feel embarrassed but also cause physical problems like neck and back pain, recurrent headaches, difficulty in finding well fitted clothes and limited ability to exercise.

The goal of breast reduction surgery is to reduce the size of your breasts and reshape them so that they are proportionate to the rest of your body and are no longer a source of physical discomfort. This commonly requested, predictable procedure has the dual benefits of improving your appearance while relieving the physical and emotional burden of overly large breasts.

Ideal Candidate

Women who seek breast reduction often have had children, are overweight, have a predisposition for large, disproportionate breasts, or are sensitive to estrogen. Big breasts often run in a family, inherited from mothers and grandmothers.

The ideal candidate for breast reduction are as follows:

  • If your breasts are too large for your body frame and create neck, back, or shoulder pain.

  • If you have heavy breasts with nipples and areolas (pigmented skin surrounding the nipples) that point downward.

  • If one breast is much larger than the other.

  • If you are unhappy and self-conscious about the large appearance of your breasts.

Benefits

  • Relieves the physical discomfort caused due to large breasts.

  • The results are long lasting, provided the patient maintains the weight.

  • Feels more comfortable.

  • Smaller, lighter and firmer breasts.

  • Reduces skin irritation.

How it is done ?

  • Breast reduction surgery, which usually takes from three to five hours, is performed in a hospital or surgical center. An overnight stay is not usually required. The surgery commonly involves three incisions.

  • After the surgeon removes excess breast tissue, fat and skin, the nipple and areola are shifted to a higher position. The areolas may be reduced in size. Skin that was located above the nipple is brought down and together to reshape the breast. Liposuction may be used to improve the contour under the arm.

Risks

Every surgery involves some element of risks. This does not imply that the procedure is dangerous for patient’s health. In such of procedures there are common risks which may or may not occur. Choosing a right doctor is important for reducing the chances of occurrence of such risks.

  • Bleeding.

  • Reduced or loss of nipple feeling.

  • Infection.

  • Unfavorable scarring.

  • Blood clots.

  • Breast asymmetry.

  • Possibility of revision surgery.

  • Allergies.

  • Fluid accumulation.

Results

The results of breast reduction surgery are long-lasting.

Recovery

It is vitally important that you follow all patient care instructions provided by your surgeon. This will include information about wearing compression garments, care of your drains, taking an antibiotic if prescribed and the level and type of activity that is safe.

Your surgeon will also provide detailed instructions about the normal symptoms you will experience and any potential signs of complications. It is important to realize that the amount of time it takes for recovery varies greatly among individuals. The patient can go home after few hours of surgery.


Breast Upliftment/Reshaping

A breast lift, also known as Mastopexy, raises the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new breast contour.

Droopiness of the breast is a common legacy of motherhood, nursing and the force of gravity taking their toll, and the effect of pregnancy and a distension of the breasts with milk causes the fibrous bands which support the breasts in their youthful shape to break down and the skin to stretch.

With the subsequent shrinking the unsupported breasts settle into the stretched skin and gravity pulls them down. Putting on weight and then losing it can have the same effect. So too does the ageing process, which is why women dislike the appearance of their droopy breasts.

A breast lift can rejuvenate your figure with a breast profile that is more youthful and uplifted.

Ideal Candidate

If you’ve become increasingly unhappy about the sagging of your breasts, you may wonder what surgery can do. Don’t be surprised if your surgeon suggests combining breast augmentation or breast reduction with your lift; adjunct procedures may be necessary to achieve your goals.

  • Pregnancy, nursing, gravity, weight gain or loss, normal aging, and heredity have taken a toll on the shape of your breasts, resulting in sagging.

  • If your surgeon thinks that breast implants alone are unlikely to achieve the contour you desire.

  • If the tissue surrounding the nipple or areola has become stretched.

Benefits

  • It improves the appearance of the breasts.

  • Boosts self-confidence and self-esteem.

  • It gives fullness and proper shape of breasts.

  • Improves quality of life.

How it is done ?

A breast lift is performed under general anesthesia or intravenous sedation in an accredited hospital or surgeon's office equipped with a surgical suite.

Different techniques for removing breast skin and reshaping the breast determine the location of the incisions and resulting scars.

Your surgeon will select a technique based on your breast size and shape, areola size and position, degree of breast sagging, skin quality and elasticity and how much extra skin you have.

Risks

  • Bleeding.

  • Anesthesia risks.

  • Infection.

  • Possibility of revisional surgery.

  • Breast asymmetry.

  • Possibility of revision surgery.

  • Breast contour and shape irregularities.

  • Fluid accumulation.

Results

If a breast lift is performed properly, your breasts should not return to their preoperative droop for decades, assuming you don't have significant weight fluctuations or go through pregnancy. Some settling may occur, but the new nipple position should remain intact. Ask your surgeon about the technique that will be used.

Recovery

It is vitally important that you follow all patient care instructions provided by your surgeon. This will include information about wearing compression garments, care of your drains, taking an antibiotic if prescribed and the level and type of activity that is safe.

Your surgeon will also provide detailed instructions about the normal symptoms you will experience and any potential signs of complications. It is important to realize that the amount of time it takes for recovery varies greatly among individuals.



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