Mastopexy


What is surgery?


There are several reasons for breasts to be sagging, whether it is the passage of time, breastfeeding or weight loss, mastopexy or lifting is the perfect procedure to improve the appearance of the breasts, this surgery corrects sagging and repositioning tissues. Mastopexy can be performed with or without breast implants. 

The Procedure


The procedure is defined according to the volume of the breast, in some cases if the volume is not adequate it is combined with implants. First, an incision is made in the breast, then the excess skin is removed and the breast is repositioned in a better position. This surgery is performed under general anesthesia and lasts approximately two hours. 

Advantages

  • Absence of drains.
  • Resorbable stitches.
  • Harmonious appearance.
  • Natural result.
  • Firm breasts and in position.
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Frequently Asked Questions

El procedimiento tiene una incapacidad de 5 a 7  días y se recomienda utilizar un brassiere especial durante un mes. Si se presentan síntomas como dolor, enrojecimiento o aumento notable de seno debe consultar al cirujano plástico. 

The breasts will be covered for the first 7 days completely by a bandage, during the postoperative period there will be some medication that must be taken according to medical recommendations. The first checkup after surgery will be done on the third or fifth day. The patient should avoid raising her hands, making strong movements, or lifting objects off the floor. Prescribed antibiotics are essential and do not wet the cures in the first 5 to 7 days to avoid moisture and the risk of infection 

 

The surgery lasts approximately two hours, although in some cases it can last up to 3 hours, especially in large and sagging breasts where the reacomedation of tissues and glandular tissue deserve special care.

This procedure should reposition the nipple areola complex, as a result of which lactation may be affected in the future, although the milk ducts attached to the upper part of the gland are sufficient to breastfeed without difficulty.