Mammoplasty is a procedure used to enhance the appearance, size, and contours of a woman's breast. There are three different types of mammoplasty: augmentation, reduction, and reconstruction.
Breast augmentation is a pretty straightforward and minimally invasive procedure. This is done by making a minute incision, where a silicone or saline breast implant is introduced. The size will depend on your choice, taking into account the amount of your existing breast tissue, height, weight, and body type. McGhan and Eurosilicone implants are employed, both with first-rate biocompatibility and cohesiveness.
Breast reduction is frequently used for women with hefty, weighty breasts, who endure noticeable neck aches and back numbness due to their breasts' heavy weight. This procedure takes out excess skin, fat, and breast tissues.
Breast lift entails redraping the breast skin to give a youthful breast shape. This will also elevate drooping nipples, as well as perk up the contour and shape of sagging breasts.