Diminishing of the breast volume, removing glandular and fat tissue as well as the redundant skin.
Voluminous, heavy breasts.
Short time plans for pregnancy.
SURGERY (rarely as out-patient)
Access is gained through a wide key-hole incision in the lower half of the breast and around the nipple. The redundant soft tissue and skin is then resected and the breast cone remodeled. The skin is trimmed to fit the new breast shape.
around the areola and down to the infra mammary fold.
POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS, UNDESIRABLE RESULTS
Diminished sensitivity in the nipple for several weeks.
Drain removal after 24 to 48 hours.
Suture removal after some 2 weeks.
Resume work after 2 - 3 weeks.