With this procedure, the extremely large breasts are reduced to both physical (low back, back pain, etc.) as well as psychological disorders are eliminated. The reason for its application is purely medical, but it can also be performed to relieve aesthetic concerns. It can be performed to anyone, including persons under 18 years of age, in general health. Those who have surgery during adolescence may need a second intervention later on. It is healthier for those who plan to give birth to postpone this surgery to the post-natal period. Surgery should be preferred after diet application. The stages of the surgery can be listed as follows::
- General anesthesia is performed to the patient.
- After the incision is made to the nipple and areola (the brown circle around the nipple), excess tissue, fat, etc. it’s removed and removed. The nipple is repositioned after the procedure, adhering to the Original Blood and nerve feed.
- If necessary, the skin around the areola is reduced by removing the skin. The underlying breast tissue is reduced, removed and shaped. In rare cases, very large sagging breasts may need to be removed and transplanted with the nipple and Areola to a higher position on the breast.
- After sutures (medical device) are inserted deep into the breast tissue to support newly shaped breasts, cuts are put together to reshape the shrinking breast. After the skin is covered with sutures, adhesive and/or surgical tape, dressing and bandaging is done.
- A tube can be placed under the skin to drain excess blood or fluid.
- The patient is prescribed antibiotic pain relief to reduce the risk of infection and pain.
- How to care for breasts after surgery is explained.