Breast reduction surgery for gigantomastia: Many women have large breasts. Oversized breasts have several secondary health problems associated with it. It hampers the circulation of blood to the heart and lungs, abrasion of the chest and lower chest skin, improper fit of clothing, and finally some psychological impacts as well. So, by Breast Reduction Surgery, surgery is performed to reduce and resize the breasts to give them a new shape. Reshapes the breast mound using skin and breast tissue, pedicle. Breast reduction surgery is not only performed to alleviate health problems, but also brings a new aesthetic sense to women.
Augmentation Mammoplasty: Breast augmentation is basically done to give an aesthetic sense to the breasts. There are several techniques involved in it. Generally, 3 techniques are used for breast augmentation.
- Saline Implants
- silicone implants
- Alternative composition implants
Breast augmentation has no functional side effects on the breasts. It usually takes 4-6 weeks to heal.
Mastectomy: Mastectomy is performed especially in patients with breast cancer. Mastectomy is usually done only when there are no other options left to treat the cancer cells. After a mastectomy, breast and nipple prostheses can be used to help the patient gain emotional and psychological strength.
In general, there are different types of mastectomy.
Simple mastectomy is performed in women with large areas of ductal carcinoma. Simple mastectomy is also called total mastectomy.
Radical mastectomy is performed to remove invasive cancer for prevention. In this surgery, the lymph nodes are examined before the surgery.
Radical mastectomy is performed only when cancerous tissue begins to affect the chest muscles. But this form of mastectomy is less preferred today, due to its lesser effectiveness.
In a partial mastectomy, only part of the breast is removed. In this type of surgery, more tissue is removed than in a lumpectomy.
Lumpectomy: A lumpectomy is an alternative option to a mastectomy. It is a way of removing only the large tissue of the cancer-bearing breasts. In this case, complete removal of the breasts is not necessary and only part of the breast is removed.
Breast-conserving surgery: Breast Conserving Surgery is an alternative to Mastectomy. In this case, the cancer cells are killed by radiation and chemotherapy. Generally, patients diagnosed with 1st and 2nd stage cancer undergo breast-conserving surgery.
Mastopexy: It is the procedure to lift sagging breasts on the woman’s chest. It is specially made to enhance aesthetic beauty.
Microdocectomy: It is the removal of the milk ducts. This is done when the nipples begin to discharge fluids from the ducts. This is the earliest stage of cancer.