Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction (Mammaplasti Reduction) is an act of breast reduction surgery with the aim of reducing breast mass that feels too large.

Who are the right candidates for Breast Reduction?

People whose breasts are too large and disproportionate with the body frame
People whose breasts feel heavy and hang with the nipples and the areola pointing down
People who have one breast with larger size than the other
People who have back, neck and shoulder pain due to large breast size
People who have skin irritation under the breast
People whose  shoulders are bent because the bra strap pressure is too tight
People whose breasts cause limitations of physical activity
People who have dissatisfaction caused by breast size

Duration: estimated 3-4 Hours

Type of Anesthesia: General anesthesia

Preoperative Preparation:

Initial consultation with the doctor, convey the result you want as clear as possible

You can try on different boob sizes before deciding on one. Using “sizers,” a bead-filled neoprene sack, you can stuff your bra to give you an idea of the size you might like.
The doctor considers several factors including the size and shape of the breast, the quality of the skin, nipples and areola

Hospital will take photos of breast conditions (for medical records)
The doctor asks the patient if there is a history of breast cancer (self or family)

Tell the doctor if you are planning on having kids in the future because pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding can change the shape of your breasts.

Operation Process:

Your doctor will take into consideration your beginning breast size and shape, breast tissue, and a number of other factors before recommending which options are best for you and your body.
Doctor will make an incision in the patient’s breast
There are three types of incisions in breast reduction surgery:
Around the areola
Performed vertically from the lower end of the areola to the lower fold of the breast
Performed horizontally under the breast and surgery is performed along the curvature of the breast fold
Doctor will remove excessive breast tissue
Doctor will move fat and skin, nipples and areola to a higher position
Doctor will reduce the size of the areola due to stretching that occurs in large breast forms

Risks that May Occur Post-Operation:

Bleeding
Infection
Reaction to anesthesia
Differences in breast size (If this happens, a small operation is needed to fix it)
Permanent loss of sensation in the nipple or breast

Postoperative Care:

Avoid excessive activities such as stretching, bending and lifting heavy objects. Heavy activities can cause excessive bleeding or swelling in the breast
The surgical wound will be removed along with the hose or pipe that is attached to the breast within one or two days after surgery
It is recommended to wear a support bra for several weeks until the swelling and discoloration of the breast fades
The scar that is initially reddish will slowly fade after a few months after surgery
Patients be active 2 weeks after surgery depending on the type of activity they do.

Breast lift surgery

Breast lift surgery or breast tightening surgery is a surgical procedure to restore a firmer, perkier, and more aesthetically pleasing shape to sagging breasts. This will can improve a patient’s appearance by restoring her youthful, feminine proportions.

The purpose of this surgery is simply to raise the position of the breast to a better position and tighten the shape and volume of the breast that has been sagging due to age or the process of pregnancy and lactation, therefore no implant is going to be used.
Who are the right candidates for Breast Lift Surgery?

Women who are not confident whose breasts start to sag
Women with sagging breasts due to pregnancy and childbirth
Women with sagging breasts due to changes in body weight
Women with sagging breasts due to age

 Women with asymmetrical breasts

Type of Anesthetic: General Anesthesia
Preoperative Preparation:

Initial consultation with the doctor, convey the result you want as clear as possible
Your doctor will take into consideration your beginning breast size and shape, breast tissue, and a number of other factors before recommending which options are best for you and your body.
Your doctor will ask you if you have a history of breast cancer (self or family)
Tell the doctor if you are planning on having kids in the future because pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding can change the shape of your breasts.

Operation Process:

Doctor will make an incision in the patient’s breast. There are two choices related to the incision method on breast lift, namely:
Racket-shaped incision, which is a circular incision around the areola followed by a vertical incision downward in the oblong oval area of ​​the breast
Anchor incision, which is a circular incision around the areola followed by a vertical incision down and continues to curve along the lower fold of the breast
The incision around the areola is made circular to produce a circular scar
The breast is formed through an incision; the shape of the areola is reduced; excess skin is removed
The incision is closed with stitches

Risks that May Occur Post-Operation:

Complications
Bleeding
Bruises
Infection

worth doing
The doctor will give instructions, and explain the procedures and the risk of undergoing fat grafting
Hospital will conduct a health check on you

Operation Process:

Doctor will design the breast area in order to make an incision
Doctor will insert a needle or cannula to the point of incision that has been made.
The syringe will fill the entire area that you want to transfer fat to. This process is repeated until the desired shape and size has been reached.
Transferred fat is placed in the muscles, under the breast glands and under the skin in the breasts

Risks that May Occur Post-Operation:

Risk of causing cysts
Negative reaction to anesthesia
Hematoma (accumulation of blood or fluid under the skin)
Infection
Changing your sense of touch
The existence of a surgical wound
Allergy
Unsatisfactory results
Temporary (swelling) appearance

Postoperative Care:

Use supportive bra to protect your breasts
Routine check-up to monitor postoperative progress