The procedures to be performed in the breast asymmetry take shape according to the patient's condition. For example, if there is a problem with the position and size of the patient's nipple or head, only the relative procedure is performed. However, if there is a problem in the asymmetry of the breasts with each other, the necessary reduction-enlargement-recovery briefly shaping operations are performed.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BREAST ASYMMETRY
Will any scar be left after the procedure?
Depending on the procedure, possible scars may occur along the nipple, perpendicular to the bottom of the chest and parallel t-shaped horizontal lines under the chest. One or more of these traces may occur according to the procedure.
As with all other surgical operations, you should not smoke and protect your chest from impacts.
After The Operation
Breast asymmetry correction process takes about 1-2 hours under general anaesthesia, you may go home the next day, you may continue your social life after 1 week resting. Try to wear the athlete recommended by your doctor regularly.
Who may have this procedure?
Any person above 18 years of age may have the procedure. If you are in the breastfeeding process, it is better to wait until the process is over.