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Conservative and surgical methods for breast reduction

Conservative and surgical methods for breast reduction photo 1 Big breasts can cause a lot of problems for a woman. This can be related to both the practical side, such as choosing underwear, stress on the back, and psychological factors, when the decollete causes a lot of undesirable attention. There are several non-surgical and surgical methods for reducing mammary glands.

Why the breast should be reduced?

Many girls may be concerned about the proportion between the mammary glands size and their body constitution. Disharmony can cause complexes and discontent with one's own appearance.

Moreover, the excessive size can lead to health problems. It can cause severe back pain, curvature of the spine, rash in skin folds, which is caused because of sweating and close contact of tissues. Big breast has a significant weight; in case of careless movements stretch marks are formed oftener than in case of bust of smaller volume.

It is much harder to find beautiful underwear or clothes in size when you have a big bust, as standard patterns for tailoring are developed taking into account the correct proportions of the hips, shoulders and mammary glands. Therefore, full-breasted women have to sew underwear to order.

Non-surgical methods for breast reduction

The mammary glands consist of two groups of tissues: glandular and fatty. Using one's own resources, it is possible to reduce the thickness of the fat layer. If the excess size is not associated with excess weight, then the only decision can be an operative intervention.

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  1. Massage and Exercises

    During active stimulation, blood circulation is increased and metabolism is activated. This has an effect on the elasticity of the skin, as a result of which the appearance of stretch marks is prevented, fat loss occurs. There are several techniques for massage performing. You can work through the entire breast by pressing lightly with finger pads or performing spiral movements. During the massage slight reddening of the skin should be observed. Also you can add exercises with dumbbells.

  2. Dietary regimen

    When losing 1 kg of weight, the mammary gland is reduced by an average of 20 grams. For the purposes of weight loss, the daily diet should include 50-60% of carbohydrates, 30-35% of protein and 10-15% of fat. You can implement any of the diets that suit you, but you should keep in mind that if the volume of your body decreases, the skin and muscles will not be able to restore the shape. Therefore, after an intense weight loss, the breast can become flabby. It is possible to minimize this deficiency with the help of creams, a contrast shower or to eliminate by plastic method.

  3. Cosmetic procedures

    Cosmetic products should be combined with bath and sauna visits, since the action of such methods is also directed to fat layer burning. During these procedures you can use a cream with an extract of algae, green tea, coffee, cinnamon, therapeutic clay.

  4. Visual reduction with the help of clothes

    Do not choose loose clothes, as they will not help to hide the size, but rather make the figure shapeless. Choose slim fit models, but make sure that the clothes do not fit the belly line too much. The length of shirts, T-shirts and blouses should be below the navel line, since short clothes will be raised due to the large volume of mammary glands. Do not chose models with lush sleeves, large shoulders, and large decor in the decollete area.

Surgical methods for breast reduction and their advantages

To reduce the mammary glands reduction mammoplasty is performed. This plastic surgery involves the removal of glandular and adipose tissue. Together with mammoplasty, the surgeon can carry out a lift and plastic areola nipple. Thus, it is possible to change the size of the mammary glands dramatically, giving them an ideal shape, and eliminating the asymmetry.

The plastic surgery is performed under general anesthesia; its duration is 2-3.5 hours. For resection of excess tissue and uplift, a T-shaped or vertical incision can be performed. If a large area is to be removed, the surgeon will make a T-shaped incision, which crosses the fold area under the mammary glands and passes vertically towards the nipple. This provides greater access to the patient's tissues. The vertical incision is less traumatic; it is used to remove a small volume of tissues. Together with resection of tissues, the surgeon moves the nipple-areola area so that the breast looks harmonious. Cosmetic sutures are applied to the places where the tissues were removed, in both case when increasing the breast and in other types of plastics. After healing, the scars become pale or disappear at all.

The patient can evaluate the first results 6 months after the plasty. The breast acquires the desired size, a beautiful, trim shape, any evident asymmetry is eliminated.