“7 problems” most widely experienced after mammoplasty operationsGenel @en
Any operation that is performed with unrealistic expectations nd is not well planned, will not yield sustainable and satisfying results; other than this;
Patients’ dissatisfaction due to Scars, Asymmetry, Deformations, Undertreatment, Reversion in Short Time, long recuperation period, loss of senses-tissues. Thanks to advancements in the surgical techniques, those operations that leave a scar on the breast fold are now utilized only on a limited number of patients.
any deformation risk that can emerge post-operationally can be minimized with meticulous pre-operation planning and drawing. Some inexperienced or uncontrolled surgeons may extract more tissues than planned thus causing overly reduced size or less tissue than planned thus causing insufficient treatment. Depending on the preferred technique, breasts are known to revert back to their previous shape. Sustainability of the esthetic results may vary due to life style, age, general health, skin type, intensity of physical activity, preferred surgical technique and material quality. Long recuperation period may be indication of an undefined cicatrization problem, which may be caused by insufficient personal hygiene of the patient, smoking habit, genetics, presence of a disease or contamination from the materials used in the operation. Finally, due to operations that are performed using an underdeveloped and imprecise technique r blind endoscopic systems, sensation on the nipple nerves may be temporarily or permanently lost.