Breast Reduction in Bangkok ,Thailand
What is Breast reduction?
Breast Reduction in Thailand also known as reduction mammaplasty, breast reduction surgery in bangkok removes excess breast fat, glandular tissue and skin to achieve a breast size in proportion with your body and to alleviate the discomfort associated with overly large breasts. This surgery is about 3.5 to 5 hours long depending on individual circumstances and how extensive the procedure is. The procedure is carried out under general anesthetic.
How is the Breast Reduction procedure performed?
There are a number of techniques your surgeon may use for Breast Reduction in Thailand, depending on the size of your breasts and your desired outcome.
• Anchor type or inverted T reduction – is the most common type of breast reduction, resulting in an anchor-shaped scar starting around the areola, going down vertically and then horizontally across your natural breast crease.
• Vertical pattern breast reduction – results in a circular scar around the areola, and a vertical scar directed downwards. This technique has the advantage of leaving no scarring under the breast and a lower chance of wound complications. However, this technique may leave a small fold of skin, initially, at the lower end of the vertical scar.
• Circumareolar reduction – only results in a circular scar around the areola. This technique is only suitable when removing a small amount of tissue.
Your surgeon will make the incisions at the agreed sites on your breasts. Once the skin is removed, the nipples are re-positioned. The size of the areola may be reduced to suit the new shape of your breasts.
Once the procedure is complete, the incisions are closed with stitches and your breasts are wrapped in a special supportive bandage. Fine plastic tubes may be left in each breast for up to 48 hours – these allow blood and fluids to drain into a bag. You will need to stay in hospital for a night or two for monitoring.
What result can I expect?
We know from our satisfied patients your reduction mammoplasty can have a positive impact on the way you feel about yourself. Your breast reduction surgery will leave you with smaller breasts and scarring will usually fade significantly over 12 to 18 months.
This is when you’ll be able to see the full results of your Breast Reduction Bangkok. Your scars may still be quite red but will fade significantly in the coming months.
What are risks involved with a Breast Reduction in Thailand?
Patients may experience temporary soreness, swelling, change in nipple sensation, and bruising. Breasts may be sensitive to stimulation for several weeks.
How is Breast Reduction recovery?
You’ll need to avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting for six weeks after Breast Reduction in Thailand, by which time you should have fully recovered from your breast reduction surgery. Walking and some lower body exercises may be resumed after 2-3 weeks. No heavy lifting, pushing or pulling is allowed for 4-6 weeks.
How is aftercare for Breast Reduction surgery?
Your surgeon will talk to you about how much time to take off work and the need to wear a well-fitting, non-wired support bra to begin with.
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What do I need to do to prepare for Breast Reduction in Thailand?
It is important to avoid taking any Aspirin or products containing Aspirin for 2 weeks either side of the operation since Aspirin has an adverse effect on bruising. The same is true for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. If you are a smoker it is absolutely imperative that you to stop for 4 weeks before surgery and for 2 weeks afterwards so as not to restrict the circulation to the skin.