Breast surgery

Breast augmentation

Breast augmentation, or augmentation mammoplasty, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries.

There are several reasons that lead women to opt for this type of procedure. The most common reason leading to this decision is the personal dissatisfaction with the size of the patient’s breasts. Other reasons include the position and shape of the breasts, asymmetry, loss of volume after breastfeeding, among others.

Before the breast augmentation procedure itself, a detailed examination is conducted during which you discuss your ideas and desires. Taking all of that into consideration, our plastic surgeon will present you with the best option that will meet your requirements. You will receive detailed information about each aspect of the procedure to ensure you are well-prepared.

The surgery is performed under general anesthesia and involves preoperative preparation as well as postoperative care. Preoperative preparation includes laboratory blood and urine tests, throat and nasal swabs, chest X-ray, and an EKG. The postoperative stay entails your recovery at our hospital. Postoperative recovery with avoidance of physical exercises lasts up to six weeks.

Breast reduction

Breast reduction, or reduction mammaplasty, is a cosmetic surgical procedure aimed at reducing large breasts to the desired size by removing a significant amount of breast tissue.

Reasons why women opt for breast reduction include various pains and deformities in the neck and other parts of the spine, as well as shoulders, skin irritation under stretched breasts, bra straps digging into the shoulders, and the development of deformities over many years.

By reducing large breasts, we can restore women’s confidence and enable them to participate freely in physical activities. By reducing large breasts, we can restore women’s confidence and enable them to participate freely in physical activities. In addition to breast reduction, it is possible to perform a procedure to reduce the size of the nipples and areolas.

Before the breast reduction procedure, a thorough examination is conducted, and the patient is provided with a detailed explanation of the surgery itself and the potential risks of complications. Through this procedure, the patient is relieved of pain and deformities that have affected her spine and neck due to large breasts. After the surgery, it is recommended to rest for up to two days, gradually returning to normal activities within two weeks. The possibility of breast pain after the surgery can be reduced by taking analgesics.

Breast lift

Breast lift, also known as mastopexy, is a cosmetic surgery procedure aimed at reshaping and lifting sagging breasts, which can be performed on breasts of various sizes, both small and large.

Changes in weight, pregnancy, breastfeeding, the effects of gravity, are factors that lead to breast sagging. In consultation with the surgeon, the patient decides on the type of surgical procedure to lift the breasts, and the type of intervention depends on the breast tissue itself.

Such intervention is performed under general anesthesia and involves preoperative preparation and postoperative hospital stay. The preoperative preparation for breast lift surgery involves laboratory tests, a cardiology examination with an EKG, a chest X-ray, and an ultrasound examination of the breasts. The postoperative hospital stay lasts for up to two days, and patients typically return to their daily activities after seven days. Note: Breast lifting is not a permanent intervention because the factors that once caused the breasts to sag could lead to it again, necessitating repeated intervention.

Breast asymmetry

Body asymmetry is a natural characteristic of human beings. Similarly, breast asymmetry is a natural condition.

Differences in size and shape of breasts are often not noticeable and thus do not pose a problem. When this deviation is more pronounced, aesthetic breast correction is resorted to.

The factors leading to breast asymmetry are varied. Asymmetry can be congenital, resulting from genetic factors, it can be developmental asymmetry of the breasts during puberty, or it can be acquired due to the effects of illness, injury, spinal deformities, and as a result of pregnancy and breastfeeding.

The problem of breast asymmetry is resolved by combining surgical breast augmentation and reduction. The problem is addressed individually, as the complexity of the procedure depends on the age, size, and volume of the breasts, as well as the need for implants. During the pre-operative examination, the patient is provided with all necessary information about what to expect after the surgery, as well as information about potential risks and limitations. This procedure is performed under general anesthesia and involves complete pre-operative preparation as well as a postoperative stay in our hospital, which lasts up to two days. Patients typically return to light daily activities after seven days.

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