Breast Reduction: The Procedure Behind Surgery

Breast Reduction: The Procedure Behind Surgery

Breast Reduction is a surgical procedure to remove excess fat, glandular tissue, and breast skin to make breasts look proportional and beautiful.

Many women are suffering a lot from having larger breasts. Moreover, It can sometimes interfere with their physical activity. Pain can also occur around the bra straps, back of the neck and spine, irritation and inflammation of the skin folded under the breast. In addition, there is psychological stress as others often focus only on their breasts. This is certainly intimidating.

If one experiences such a condition, it is necessary to consider breast reduction surgery. The procedure is to reduce breast volume by removing excess breast glandular tissue and skin. Apart from the aesthetic purposes, this action is to reduce the size of the breast so that it looks more proportional and beautiful, and also to eliminate spinal disorders due to having larger breasts.

The Procedure

In carrying out the procedure, the doctor will remove some fats, glandular tissue, and breast skin to make it proportional. The surgery can reduce the size of the areola (dark skin around the nipple).

The areola's shape usually enlarges in larger breasts. The procedure is also correcting and positioning the nipple. and if necessary reducing the size of the areola. This surgery can affect breastfeeding function as it removes some breast tissue.

The client should do Breast Reduction after the growth period has passed to ensure the breast does not grow again. Breast Reduction surgery fits for large breasted women who are wanting a more proportional breast. Similarly, it also for teenagers, adults, or middle-aged. This surgery requires 4 hours.

The Risk

There are several consequences of this breast reduction surgery. Bruising and swelling that usually occurs after this surgery and will disappear in 3-4 weeks.

Source: dr. Enrina Diah, SpBP-RE (KKF)

Also Read Breast Augmentation: The Procedure Behind Surgery.

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