Breast Asthetics & Augmentation

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Breast Implants

Breast augmentation is a procedure that involves the use of breast implants to increase the volume of the breasts, usually after weight loss or pregnancy, and aims to achieve a rounder shape and improve the natural size and symmetry of the breasts.

Breast augmentation is usually performed in conjunction with a breast lift depending on the needs of the patient in order to achieve a fuller and lifted look.


Breast augmentation incisions can vary depending on the breast implant used, the size of the augmentation desired, and the anatomy of the patient. They can be located along the areolar rim or in the crease under the breast. After the incision, a pocket is formed and the implants are inserted either under the pectoral muscle (submuscular insertion) or directly behind the breast tissue above the pectoral muscle (subglandular insertion). After the implant is placed, the operation is completed by closing the incisions.


It may take several months, and sometimes several years, before the lines of incisions made for breast augmentation disappear. Patients are advised to wear a special bra after surgery to help shape their breasts. The result can be seen in a few weeks when the swelling subsides, but it takes up to 6 months to see the final result.


The patient should wear supportive clothing as recommended by the surgeon. Soreness and swelling may be felt for several weeks. The result can be seen in a few weeks when the swelling has decreased, but it takes up to 6 months to see the final results.

Average procedure time: 1-2 hours

Recovery time: back to work: 1 week; Strenuous activity: 4-6 weeks

Recommended stay: 4 days


There are several reasons why a breast lift is needed; genetics, age, large breasts, pregnancy and lactation, excessive weight loss, certain sports. If your breasts are the right size, but saggy or saggy, not tight enough, if the areola and nipple protrude downward, you may want to consider a breast lift.


All types of breast lift surgery involve an incision, removal of excess skin, and repositioning of the skin and nipple to create firm, lifted breasts. The size and location of the incisions depends on the technique used for the operation. The size of the areola can also be changed during the breast lift procedure.

The standard breast lift surgery is the most invasive type as it uses an anchor or anchor incision that starts in the breast crease and continues around the areola. In a concentric mastopexy, a smaller incision is made around the areola.
When a concentric mastopexy is performed, only the round portion of tissue around the areola is removed and the surrounding tissue is reattached. During the breast lift procedure, the size of the areola can also be changed.


A breast lift aims to remove excess skin, reshape the breast tissue to improve its contour, reposition and possibly reshape or reduce the size of the areola and nipples.

Breast lift surgery will not significantly change the size of your breasts.


After a breast lift, they will be covered with a bandage and a post-op compression bra. After breast lift surgery, patients may experience discomfort, swelling, and bruising. It may take 1-2 months for the swelling to disappear completely.

Average procedure time: 2-3 hours

Recovery time: 1-2 weeks; Strenuous activity: 4-6 weeks
Recommended stay: 5 days


Mammoplasty or breast reduction is a procedure performed to reduce excess fat, skin and glandular tissue of the breast in order to achieve a new breast size proportional to the patient’s physique. While breast reduction is often performed to address medical concerns, it can also be the choice of patients who are not satisfied with their breast size.



Breast reduction surgery is usually performed through an incision in the breast, with the surgical removal of excess fat, glandular tissue, and skin. The remaining incision lines are visible and often scarred, but are usually well hidden under swimsuits or bras. Cut options include:

Circular pattern around the areola.

Keyhole pattern with an incision around the areola and vertically down to the breast crease.

Inverted T slit or anchor-shaped incision pattern.

After the incision, the nipple is moved into place. If necessary, the areola is reduced by excising the skin around the perimeter. The underlying breast tissue shrinks, lifts, and takes shape. The incisions are brought together to reshape the breast, which is now smaller.


An elastic bandage or supportive bra may be worn to minimize swelling and support the breasts while they heal. The results of breast reduction surgery will be achieved by your new breast size.


The results of breast reduction surgery are immediately visible. Over time, the postoperative swelling will subside and the incision lines will disappear. Satisfaction with your new image should continue to increase as you recover.

Average procedure time: 3-4 hours
Recovery time: 1-2 weeks; Strenuous activity: 4-6 weeks
Recommended stay: 5 days


Gynecomastia corresponds to the abnormal and excessive development of breast tissue in male patients. Due to genetics, certain medications, or other unspecified reasons, some men develop breast enlargement. Male breast reduction is the most effective known treatment for gynecomastia or male breast augmentation. This cosmetic surgery procedure removes excess fat and glandular tissue to restore a flatter, firmer and more masculine breast contour.

Why is it being performed?

While weight loss can help reduce the appearance of male breasts in some men, there is often an excess of glandular tissue that causes even very thin patients to notice breast enlargement.

Male breast reduction is considered by patients who are unhappy with the appearance of their breasts and would like long-term results to regain their self-confidence.

How is the procedure performed? (technical)

There are various methods of male breast reduction:
Treatment of gynecomastia by tissue excision

In severe cases of gynecomastia, tissue excision is necessary. Patients are usually eligible for breast reduction with tissue excision, these are patients with stretched and sagging skin around the breast, this treatment allows the surgeon to remove more excess skin and glandular tissue.

Treatment of gynecomastia with liposuction

Liposuction is another less invasive male breast reduction method that is performed under general or local anesthesia with sedation and involves small incisions on each side of the male chest. Excess fat or glandular tissue is removed through these incisions, modeling the male breast and giving it a natural look.

Pulling technique

The lateral pull technique is an alternative treatment for the vast majority of patients with gynecomastia. In my experience, it usually involves traditional
liposuction, ultrasonic liposuction, and direct excision through a quarter-inch incision located on the side of the chest. This avoids the use of a lower periareolar scar. The side pull through technique has a fast relatively easy recovery.


What to expect after surgery?

The results of a male breast reduction should be permanent. Excess fat, glandular tissue and removed skin disappear forever. However, it is important to lead a healthy lifestyle. Significant weight gain, steroid use, or certain medical conditions can cause gynecomastia to recur. In addition, drugs that affect testosterone levels may affect your results. Patients feel ready to return to work within 1 week after surgery, and a gradual return to exercise is usually allowed after the first two weeks.

How is the recovery?

After gynecomastia surgery, you will immediately notice an improvement in the shape and appearance of your breasts. Although you may feel pain for several days, the pain is usually minimal. Your plastic surgeon will prescribe painkillers, antibiotic lotion, and antibiotic tablets. If you have been given a compression garment, wear it. This will increase your comfort and help your breasts heal optimally.
While each patient’s healing process is unique, most patients feel ready to return to work within a few days of a male breast reduction, depending on the nature of their work. Some men experience loss of sensation in the treated areas after a male breast reduction, but this is almost always temporary. Any loss of sensation should gradually return over several months after the procedure.
If you experience shortness of breath, chest pain, or an unusual heartbeat, contact your doctor immediately. Any of these complications may require hospitalization and additional treatment.