Breast Lift in Phuket
A woman may well consider a breast lift in Phuket for various reasons. There are many reasons why a woman’s breasts might lose their firmness and why the skin may stretch and sag. Pregnancy can adversely affect the breasts, causing the skin to stretch and the breasts, causing the nipple to sag below the natural crease. Other women’s breasts are affected by their age or by a lack of the hormones responsible for proper breast growth during puberty. The results are sagging, tired looking breasts.
During a consultation with your surgeon you can discuss your expectations of a breast lift in Phuket. Together you will decide upon the procedure best suited to your requirements and individual body type. A breast lift involves making a keyhole shaped incision. A circular incision is made around the nipple and then a V shape is made running downwards from the base of the areola to the breast crease.
Excess fatty tissue and glandular tissue is removed. Excess skin is also trimmed away. For some women, the nipple and areola need to be repositioned. They may either choose a nipple graft, which entails temporary removal of the nipple and repositioning it in a higher position on the chest wall, or the pedicle method is used. The pedicle method only partially lifts the areola surrounding the nipple, leaving the milk ducts, blood supply and nerves intact.
The nipple is carefully rotated, positioning it higher on the chest wall without severing the milk ducts, which do not reattach once they are separated from the nipple. The skin of the breast is carefully shaped around the nipple and sutures are used to keep the skin in place. The remaining skin is drawn together, tightening the natural bra of the breasts and the incision is sutured closed.
You can expect to experience pain and discomfort for the first one to two weeks. This should be completely manageable with painkillers. There will be bruising and swelling and you can expect this to fade over the coming weeks.
After a breast lift in Phuket you should be able to return to work after the first week, though if your job is particularly strenuous you should wait a further week or more. The worst symptoms of discomfort should fade after the first two weeks, but normal activities can be resumed six weeks after surgery. The final results may only be visible six months after the surgery.
Any surgical procedure has some inherent risks and a breast lift is no exception. Though minor, there are certain risks and side effects, namely bruising, bleeding, swelling, infection and scarring. Permanent numbness, skin irregularities, slow healing, pain, breast droop relapse and an asymmetrical appearance are some of the negative effects associated with a breast lift surgery in Phuket.
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