Reduction mammoplasty is a surgical procedure designed to reduce large breasts to a more comfortable size and contour. Such surgery is indicated when unusually large breasts cause pain in the shoulders, back, and lower back. Other undesirable side effects in oversized breasts involve improper posture and brassiere straps cutting into the shoulders. Overly large breasts often interfere with normal physical activity. Typically, the desired result is smaller, better shaped breasts that are proportioned with the rest of your body.
The most common surgical method of performing a reduction mammoplasty uses a three-part incision. One incision is made around the areola. Another runs vertically from the bottom edge of the areola to the crease underneath the breast. The third is a horizontal incision beneath the breast which follows the natural curve of the breast crease. In some situations, the horizontal incision is omitted. After the excess breast tissue, fat, and skin are removed, the nipple and areola are shifted or transposed to a higher position while preserving their blood supply
You should avoid strenuous exercise for a few weeks. You should be able to return to work within two weeks.
SCAR:A Circular periaureolar imperceptible scar and "L" form, very discreet one.
RECOVERY: Skin care, Sutures are removed in two weeks.
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