Turned in cuticle of areola raising
The turned in cuticle of the areola may cause esthetical problems, but in these cases sometimes inflammation may happen and breast feeding may be a problem. The turned in areola may exfoliate due to the shortness of collagen fibers, as well as fewer tissues under the areola. The surgery offers a solution to the problem: the short bonding tissues and milk glands tubes are de-allocated and the absent tissues are compensated.
The turned in areola surgery can be performed under general or local anesthesia. During the surgery depending on the extent of the intern, with incisions the gland tubes are de-allocated. The regeneration of milk glands can take up to three years, but in some cases the regeneration may take only a couple of months, after which breast feeding does not cause a problem.
After surgery, an elastic bandage or a surgical bra over gauze dressings will be needed.
The stitches are taken out after ten days, and the wear of a special sports bra is advised for 4-8 weeks and during this time if its possible patients are recommended not to do any physical work.
Breast Asymmetry Correction
It is very rare that both breasts are of the same size. However if the difference is very big, or causes medical problems, then it can be fixed with a surgery. For the perfect result it is very important to have a discussion with the surgeon about the possible surgery technologies. Together with this is the type of surgery it is also possible to do breast augmentation, reduction, areola correction surgeries or a combination of these at the same time.
Not just the form and size of the breasts can cause problems, but also the areola may be a problem for women. However, this problem may be fixed by a surgery, and it can be performed with other plastic surgeries also. During the consultation the surgeon will introduce the type of technique will be used, and where the stitches will be. The areola plastic surgeries are done under a local anesthesia, the duration of this short surgery is about half an hour. After surgery, an elastic bandage or a surgical bra over gauze dressings will be needed. The stitches are taken out after ten days, and the wear of a special sports bra is advised for 4-8 weeks and during this time if its possible patients are recommended not to do any physical work