Breast reduction is also called as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure, in which the plastic surgeon removes breast tissue, skin to reshape and reduce the size of the breasts. You can get best Breast Reduction Surgery by expert surgeon in Gurgaon at Kalosa. It is one of the top Breast Reduction Surgery provider Clinic in Gurgaon, Delhi NCR.
1. If you have backaches and neck aches due to large breasts
2. If you have stasis ulcers under your breasts due to necrosis of skin due to pressure
3. Notice grooves on your shoulders from your bra straps
4. Have numbness of any portion of the breasts and upper chest due to excessive weight
5. If you are aesthetically displeased
6. Restriction in activities and discomfort due to sagging breast
It is usually avoided immediately before or during menstruation.
Surgery involves removing excess glandular tissue, fat and skin and moves the nipple and areola into their new position. Skin is brought from both the sides of the breast down and around the areola, shaping the new contour of the breast. Liposuction may sometimes be required to remove excess fat.
French vertical mammoplasty, also known as the "lollipop" method requires fewer incisions than the traditional "anchor" method, and so tends to leave less noticeable scarring. It creates a more natural, rounded breast and leaves more breast tissue attached under the nipple, hence the woman is less likely to lose sensation in the nipple. But for larger reductions, it might not be the preferred method.
Roughly one in three women suffers from some type of complication within 30 days of the procedure, according to a 2014 study in the Journal of Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery. Infection of the surgery site is the most common issue, more common in above 50 females, but it's fairly simple to treat. Others are asymmetry, affected nipple sensation, breakdown of wound edges or bleeding causing collection under skin and breast tissue.
An important part of the healing process is the "falling" of the breasts after surgery, which is exactly what it sounds like; the newly tightened and tucked skin will sag and settle a bit in the months following the procedure, usually 6 months to a year.
Patients may experience some degree of loss in nipple sensitivity. It's also possible—though less likely—that your nipples will become more sensitive.
The procedure involves the removal of breast tissue, which can mess with your ability to breast-feed. Even if you are able to breast-feed post-op, many women choose not to for fear their breasts will grow back to their old size. If you plan to have children and you hope to breast-feed, it may be prudent to hold off on the procedure until your breast-feeding years are behind you.