Julie. Age: 21.
Reduction mammoplasty also breast reduction and reduction mammaplasty is the plastic surgery procedure for reducing the size of large breasts. In a breast reduction surgery for re-establishing a functional bust that is proportionate to the woman's body, the critical corrective consideration is the tissue viability of the nipple-areola complex NACto ensure the functional sensitivity and lactational capability of the breasts. The indications for breast reduction surgery are three-fold — physical, aestheticand psychological — the restoration of the bust, of the woman's self-imageand of her mental health.
Mikaela. Age: 20.
Vertical Breast Reduction
Add to Favorites. The method you ask about has been around in some form or another for around a hundred years. I personally did most of my breast reduction training using such a technique, and though I am very adept at horizontal and periareolar incision only breast reduction, it has some definite disadvantages. I've come full circle to include the vertical incision; the gain in shape far outweighs any claimed benefit of a less conspicuous incision.
Demi. Age: 25.
Treat the discomfort of macromastia oversized breasts while creating a more youthful, beautiful breast. Breast that are too large and out of proportion to the body cause pain, embarrassment, anxiety, and often, restriction of physical activity. Breast reduction eliminates these painful symptoms by getting the weight off your frame, reducing breast size, lifting the breasts and improving the shape.
You should feel confident that your cosmetic surgeon can both reduce your breasts to the right size to alleviate any discomfort caused by large breasts and create a more beautiful breast shape that looks natural with your body. However, this technique will only achieve optimal results in certain patients. If you have sagging, asymmetrical breasts, stretched skin, or a more significant amount of tissue to remove, one of the next breast reduction techniques will probably benefit you the most. This involves two incision sites: one is around the edge of the areola, and a second incision running vertically from the bottom of the areola to the inframammary fold, or the crease beneath the breast.