a sagging chest after breastfeeding
I have a patient I’d like to introduce this time. As a patient in his early 30s, he usually lactates with one chest after childbirth, and then one chest turns off and turns on more, and the sizes of both breasts are different, so he visited the hospital. What the patient wants the most is a case where they want the size of the pool to be the same as possible while matching the size of the drooping on each side.
The surgery was done because the patient wanted a natural shape through an armpit incision as he wanted, and the damage type on the right side was 360 and the left side was 300 to adjust the size of both breasts and the height of the nipple. As you can see in the picture, two months after the surgery, you can see that the size of the left chest is somewhat small and the nipple is not high.
In this way, we were able to perform breast augmentation surgery by matching the size of the chest that the patient wanted to have a chest shape or a convex shape. The next patient didn’t do any surgery, so the surgery was performed by correcting the sagging chest by making the size as large as possible and putting it in the horizontal direction immediately.This patient wanted to operate through a base incision, so he had a base incision.
Because the size of both breasts is slightly stepped, I bought 315 for Motiva prosthesis pull on the right side and 355 for Motiva prosthesis pull on the left side to reduce both chest size and sagging as much as possible, and after the actual surgery, I operated with a cup that I wanted.