Breast Plastic Surgery

Breast plastic surgery is considered, according to the annual report of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the most popular in the world, representing 15.8% of all cosmetic operations.

Breast plastic surgery is performed to obtain a natural-looking breast size. Breast surgery is completely dependent
on the health of the woman, whether she is a candidate for breast surgery of any kind. In addition, plastic surgery
is directly dependent on the doctor who performs the operation in terms of the skill and experience that he possesses.

Types of Breast Plastic Surgery

Breast lift surgery aims to remove or excise the excess skin in and around the breast that is the reason for its expansion,
either due to pregnancy or excess weight. The doctor uses certain implants to give the breasts natural results.

Breast lift surgery takes two to three hours.

  • Bruises that don’t take long to fade.
  • Swelling and some slight tingling.
  • Numbness and dryness of the skin of the breast.
  • The patient can return to work within one week or more, and then he can resume strenuous work after one month.
  • It may take several months to one year for the scars to fade.
  • Obtaining a natural result as a result of breast surgery, which varies from one patient to another according to the
    health condition, age, pregnancy and weight.
  • What is breast reduction surgery?
  • Breast reduction surgery is a cosmetic surgery that reduces the size and weight of large, heavy breasts.
  • Thus, it helps to show an aesthetic chest that fits better with the body.
  • Since it is a surgical procedure, the procedure for breast reduction surgery should be fully known.
  • With this procedure, the surgeon can remove excess breast tissue, fat, and sagging skin.
  • Make the breasts smaller, lighter
  • Those who suffer from a large chest size resort to a smaller chest to relieve physical symptoms such as back, neck
    or shoulder pain, or discomfort during exercise.
  • The cosmetic benefits of breast reduction such as breast lift and tightening, better-proportioned breasts appear,
    and your overall silhouette will be more balanced and attractive. and firmer.
  • A plastic surgeon can use one of several different surgical techniques when performing a breast reduction;
    The technique that the surgeon will use depends on a number of factors, including:
  • Current breast anatomy of the patient.
  • The type and amount of tissue to be removed.
  • The desired outcome for the patient.

  • In some cases, breast reduction can be performed using.
  • A shorter, less invasive procedure with virtually undetectable scarring on the breasts and permanent results.
  • Candidates for breast liposuction are those who want a slight to moderate reduction in breast size, have good skin
    elasticity and a little sagging to correct.
  • For patients who require a moderate breast reduction and have more noticeable sagging, a vertical breast reduction
    procedure is often the ideal solution. This includes two prongs:
  • An incision around the edge of the areola.
  • The second incision runs vertically from the bottom of the areola to the fold under the breast, or the crease under the breast.
  • The surgeon can therefore remove excess fat, skin and breast tissue, internally reshape a new smaller breast, and lift the breast to a more youthful position.
  • Inverted T-shaped breast reduction involves three incisions:
  • One around the edge of the areola.
  • The second is perpendicular from the areola to the breast fold.
  • The other is along the crease under the breast.
  • This technique allows the maximum degree of tissue removal and remodeling.
  • It is used if the patient needs to reduce the size of the breast further or has sagging or significant asymmetry to correct it.
  • The scars from an inverted T reduction are similar to those from a vertical reduction, with an additional scar that runs along the crease below the breast with proper care.
  • The steps and mechanism of the breast reduction operation.
  • The steps that the surgeon takes are the following:
  • General anesthesia or intravenous anesthesia is used with local anesthesia.
  • Making the incisions using the necessary techniques.
  • The plastic surgeon then removes excess breast tissue, fat, and skin, as well as moving the nipple/areola complex to a higher, more advanced position on the chest.
  • The remaining breast tissue and skin will then be reshaped and closed with dissolvable sutures.
  • The areola size can also be reduced to a more proportional size during the operation as well.
  • Breast augmentation surgery is performed to improve the appearance of the breast and make it appear natural. A saline solution or silicone breast implant is implanted
    either under or over the chest muscles, so that the breasts appear to have a natural cosmetic appearance, and because it is cosmetic surgery, the patient is
    completely numbed and localized.
  • The process takes a maximum of two hours.
  • Mild, moderate tingling, followed by mild to moderate swelling, and a change in the nipple’s sensation “the feeling of it may increase or decrease.” Temporary bruising.
  • The process takes a maximum of two hours.
  • Mild, moderate tingling, followed by mild to moderate swelling, and a change in the nipple’s sensation “the feeling of it may increase or decrease.” Temporary bruising.
  • The patient can return to work within a few days, and the woman should avoid any physical contact with her breasts. “She can wear a bra with caution” for about three
    to four weeks. The stage of scar fading depends on the patient’s health condition, as the total recovery takes from three months to two years after surgery.
  • Sizes and sizes are not fixed, as the size that suits each woman is determined from the other, and the issue of measurements is subject to several factors, namely:
  • Shoulder width.
  • Chest cage size.
  • The sizes of the breasts before the installation of the filling.
  • The elasticity of the chest skin.
  • A woman’s desire.
  • Abdominal enlargement.
  • And the measurements start from small to large size, where there are measurements starting from 50 mm and up to 600 mm.
  • Considering that the shape of the filling is a hemisphere, it also has measurements in the diameter of the filling.
  • First, the woman undergoes the necessary examinations.
  • The doctor uses general anesthesia for the case.
  • The doctor has discussed with the woman about the place where he wants to make surgical incisions to insert the fillings, and the areas are (the armpit, around
    the nipples, and under the breast fold).
  • After completing the fillings, the doctor resorts to stitching the wound in a cosmetic way.
  • The most prominent instructions for the post-procedure of silicone breast implants.
  • The necessity of wearing compression underwear.
  • No stress and commitment to moderate physical activity.
  • Follow a balanced and healthy diet.
  • Medicines for pain and to prevent infection will be prescribed.
  • Indeed, it is a safe operation and there are no complications, especially if the operation is carried out under the supervision of a specialized doctor with high experience
    and efficiency.
  • The woman needs a period not exceeding six months to reach the final result, which is normal because the fillings need a period of time to stabilize.
  • There are women who have different sizes of each breast from the other.
  • Every woman has sagging breasts for different
  • Those who underwent a therapeutic operation aimed at eradication and then needed a restoration operation for the chest area. reasons.

  • In fact, breast reconstruction is performed for women who have undergone mastectomy after breast cancer treatment.
  • This operation is intended to work on rebuilding and rebuilding the breast, and it is one of the procedures of breast plastic surgery, through which the tissues in the breast area are restructured.
  • This type of breast plastic surgery is preferred by many women, especially after the removal of the cancerous tumor.
  • Because of gaining self-confidence again.
  • Breast implants consist of a silicone sleeve filled with saline (salt water solution) or type II silicone gel.
  • The two types differ from each other according to the following differences:
  • Salt-filled implants.
  • Silicone peels filled with sterile salt water (brine solution).
  • They are prepared in advance before surgery and others during implantation.
  • They are silicone peels filled with plastic gel (silicone).
  • The gel-type implants look more realistic and pose a  greater risk if they leak.
  • Both brine and silicone come in different sizes and have either fine or textured scales.
  • Both types are implants that do not last a lifetime and may need to be removed if you experience any complications.