“10 aesthetic problems” frequently seen in breastGenel @en
Breast surgery conducted for aesthetic reasons can be classified as: reduction, enlargement (lift or winding up), asymmetry removal, breast reconstruction, nipple reconstruction, nipple concretization, nipple shaping, areola reduction, scar rehabilitation, breast shaping.
Construction of a breast or transferring tissues from adjacent areas (back-abdomen) to breast area is called breast reconstruction. Placing silicon implants to breasts and thus increasing the volume is called Augmentation mammoplasty and reduction of size including the removal of extra skin is called reduction mammoplasty. The operations conducted to reduce the prolapsus and that focus on prolapsing skin is called mastopexy. In breasts, this prolapsus nd looseness is called ptosis. The goal of all aesthetic operations is to achieve an ideal breast in terms of shape, contour nd size. Definition of an ideal breast differs from person to person, culture to culture nd in history, from era to era. If a person has one or more of the below listed complaints, she can easily be a candidate for corrective breast operations.
1. Big or small breasts with respect to body size,
2. Ptotic breasts,
3. Big breasts causing back, shoulder and neck pain in adolescence,
4. Shapeless breasts slandering through the nipple,
5. Asymmetric breasts, one is larger or smaller than the other,
6. Deformed breasts, the upper section of which have become empty due to breast feeding or losing weight,
7. Breasts with too big or to small nipples,
8. Breasts with lost tissue due to a limited surgical operation (biopsy, cyst drainage etc.),
9. Breasts with scars, burns or post traumatic sequellae,
10. Completely removed breasts due to breast cancer.