Tumescent Liposuction Breast Reduction Surgery

There are many reasons a woman may want to seek out liposuction breast reduction surgery. Many issues are associated with women who have large breasts, and this leads them to investigate what can be done to alleviate the problem.

Women with excessively large breasts can experience pain and suffering, as well as physical impairment, and psychological issues.

Athletic activity can be extremely limited, as well as cause the patient to have chronic changes in posture in an effort to compensate for the weight of the large and heavy breasts. This in turn can lead to chronic pain in the back, neck, and shoulders.

Finding a bra that fits and is comfortable to wear is very difficult, and clothing does not fit well. For these women, liposuction breast reduction surgery may really help to solve their problems.

Tumescent Liposuction Breast Reduction Procedure

Tumescent liposuction can be a great option for breast reduction since the procedure carried out under local anesthesia. This procedure can produce both a significant breast reduction, and a moderate but impressive lift. The procedure allows for rapid postoperative recovery and a speedy return to normal activities. In addition, there is virtually no scarring.

Tumescent liposuction breast reduction can reduce the female breast by up to fifty percent and as an added bonus, the breasts are lifted to a significant degree.

The breast lift is the result of the reduced weight, which allows the natural elastic properties of the breast to contract and produce a lift. Tumescent liposuction does not change the shape of the breasts but rather they are simply a smaller version of their shape before liposuction.

Scarless Liposuction Breast Reduction

When tumescent liposuction is used, surgical scars are not visible because of the use of microcannulas. All evidence of the use of micro-incisions is usually gone within a few months. These incisions produce even smaller scars that are almost invisible. Patients who have dark pigmented skin can expect to have some spots of pigmentation at the incision sites. These usually fade away within one to two years.

Tumescent liposuction can accomplish both a breast reduction and a breast lift since the procedure reduces the breast size in direct proportion to the volume of fat removed. Liposuction breast reduction surgery reduces the weight of the breasts, which allows the natural elastic tissue to pull back and produce a visible lift.

Breast reduction used to be accomplished by a procedure known as surgical-excision breast reduction and involved cutting the breast with a scalpel and removing large amounts of tissue. There were however, several problems associated with this procedure. These included the risk of keloids, or excessively large scars, uneven sized breasts, abnormal appearance of the skin around the nipple, as well as impaired nipple sensation and possible nipple damage. Significant pain and prolonged recovery are also associated with the older techniques, which also required general anesthesia.

There are several advantages to undergoing tumescent liposuction breast reduction using microcannulas. These include a rapid recovery, which has the patient usually returning to work and normal activity within two to three days after surgery. In addition, there are virtually no scars and minimal risks of postoperative complications, as well as a twenty to fifty percent reduction of the breast volume.

The tumescent liposuction technique is only appropriate for a certain subset of women and some are more likely to have better results than others. If you are the appropriate patient for tumescent liposuction of the breasts, the results can be extremely gratifying.

The best candidates are those who have breasts that contain a large proportion of fat. An example would be a woman who has passed through menopause and who typically has breasts that contain a larger proportion of fat than teenagers do. Realistic expectations are also important for a good candidate and it is important to talk with your doctor to determine if tumescent liposuction is a good option for you.

Updated: 08/05/2016 — 02:00
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