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Breast Lifting/Correction/Reduction » OP Procedure

The desire to have an aesthetically pleasing bust can only be achieved for many women through a reduction in breast size, or through the lifting and tightening of the breasts.

 

Operation aim Before a breast reduction or lift it is necessary, in the event of excess weight, for the patient to diet. If weight is lost after the operation, this leads once again to a sagginess of the breast tissue. The shape of the breasts can also change after a period of pregnancy. Family planning is an important consideration in breast enhancement surgery. Ideally, patients should have finished having children before this surgery is undertaken. If younger patients do not yet wish to have children, the breast enhancement can still be carried out, as the ability to lactate mostly remains intact.

The operation aim is to achieve the best surgical success possible whilst limiting the extent of possibly perturbing scars.

Before the operation

- For patients up to age 40: a small hemogram is necessary (at your doctor or at the clinic)
- For those over 40 years of age: a larger hemogram, cardiogram (ECG), and a mammogram are required.

These tests can also be carried out at our clinic.

Type of anesthetic General anaesthetic
Duration of operation 2 – 3 hours
Operation In accordance with the markings, a part of the external skin is removed as is, if necessary, a part of the subcutaneous tissue and of the mammary gland matter.
As large, sagging breasts often mean that the nipples are hanging downwards, these must be returned during the breast reduction operation to their original height.
The gland tissue and nipple can be repositioned and bound together by a special operation, so that the milk ducts remain intact and the ability to lactate is maintained.
If the breasts are very large and fatty, this operational technique cannot be used, as the distance that the nipples must be shifted upwards is too great and the blood supply can be affected as a result. If this happens, patients can no longer lactate.
Risks / Dangers No doctor can guarantee an absolutely risk-free operation. General dangers of operational s, such as thromboses and embolisms, have become much more seldom thanks to medical advances. Any resulting infections, which can lead to ulcerations or even to loss of (skin) tissue, are extremely rare, thanks to tissue-sparing and sterile operational techniques.
There is a reduction in sensitivity in the nipple region. After 4-6 months, this paresthesia disappears.
Operation Scars When breasts are lifted or reduced, redness in the scars in the first few months is quite visible. Once all has completely healed up, after a year at the latest, the scars are as good as invisible.
Clinic residence 3 Days following the operation.
Healing 12 – 14 days after the operation.
Operation Age Patient must be over 18 years.
After the operation The breasts are kept in place by a tightly bound bandage and a special bra. After discharge, in order to relieve the healing scars, a bra that sits well should be worn day and night. The operation attempts to model breasts similar in form and size. Despite a careful operation technique it is not possible to guarantee to 100% that wrong positioning of the nipples or differences in size and form of the breasts may not arise.
Shower/ Bath / Sport This depends upon the extent of the and the recovery rate.
Check-Ups A post operation check up should be agreed upon with the Doctor.
In any interest for Breast Lifting/Breast Correction/ Breast Reduction feel free to contact us!
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