Types of mastopexy: Exploring the different techniques

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Discover the options available to lift and reshape your breasts safely and effectively

Mastopexy, also known as breast lifting, is a plastic surgery that aims to elevate and remodel the breasts, correcting sagging and restoring firmness that has been lost over time. 

In this article, we will explore the different types of mastopexy available, their approaches, and benefits so that you can make a careful decision about which technique is best suited for your needs and goals.

Anchor mastopexy: Breast lift and reshaping

Anchor mastopexy is one of the most commonly used techniques to correct severe breast sagging. In this approach, the surgeon makes incisions around the areola, vertically beneath it, and along the breast crease. This technique allows the complicated to remove excess skin and reshape the breasts, providing a significant reduction.

Periareolar mastopexy: Correcting sagging with an approach to the areola

Periareolar mastopexy, also known as periareolar facelift, is a less invasive option, ideal for patients with moderate sagging. In this procedure, the surgeon makes incisions around the areola, allowing the breasts to bounce. This technique is especially suitable for patients who wish to correct sagging nipples.

Vertical mastopexy: Reshaping breasts with reduced scarring

Vertical mastopexy, or vertical lift, is a technique that involves incisions around the areola and a vertical incision below it. This approach is effective for patients with moderate to severe laxity and offers reduced scarring compared to anchor mastopexy. The results provided a noticeable lift to the breasts.

Mastopexy with implants: Breast lift and increase in volume

For patients who wish to increase breast volume along with breast lift, mastopexy with implants is an option to consider. This technique combines breast lifting with the placement of silicone implants, providing fuller and firmer results.

Inverted T mastopexy: Treating more complex cases of sagging

Inverted T mastopexy, also known as complete lift or Wise pattern, is a suitable technique for patients with severe breast sagging. This approach involves incisions around the areola, a vertical incision and a horizontal incision in the breast crease. This technique is especially recommended for patients with very flaccid mothers.

Choosing the Proper Technique: Considerations and Discussion with the Complicated

Choosing the most appropriate mastopexy technique depends on the individual characteristics of each patient, such as the degree of sagging, the amount of volume desired and the shape of the breasts. It is essential to discuss all options with the complicated so that together you can define the best approach to achieve the desired results.

Recovery and post-operative care: Essential guidelines

Recovery after mastopexy requires adequate attention and care. Complicated will provide guidance on how to manage post-operative discomfort, necessary dressings, and physical activity restrictions. Following all recommendations is essential for a smooth recovery and enhanced results.

Results and personal satisfaction: Realistic and transformative positive expectations

The results of mastopexy are visible soon after surgery, but it is important to keep in mind that complete healing and the final appearance of the breasts may take a few weeks to months to stabilize. Satisfied patients reported a significant increase in self-confidence and staff satisfaction after surgery.

In conclusion, mastopexy offers several techniques to lift and reshape the breasts, providing transformative results. Choosing the appropriate technique and following all the instructions in the guide are essential to achieving the desired results and personal satisfaction. Always remember to seek out a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon to ensure a safe and successful surgery.


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