Breast lift and implant breast enhancement

The purpose of this surgery is to change the position of the breast and to surgically lift it to the desired position. When there is enough breast tissue, breast lift can be performed by reshaping the existing breast tissue. When the patient desires to surgically increase the volume of their breasts, it can be achieved with the help of breast implants.

During the surgery, the breast tissue is reshaped in a way that lifts the breasts up. Subsequently, the implant increases the volume of the breast and helps to make it more pronounced.

Procedures performed by

Jonas Drąsutis MD/PhD

Procedures performed by

Simonas Kaupas

Process

The surgery is performed under general anaesthesia. The surgery lasts for 3-4 hours. During the surgery, the incisions are made around the nipple, down from the nipple to the inframammary fold and inside the imframammary fold. Following the surgery, the surgical scar resembles a “T” shape. After surgery, the patient is transferred to the reanimation ward for further observation. Within 1-2 hours following the completion of the surgery, as long as there are no complications, the patient is transferred to their room.

Results

The surgery eliminates the sagginess of the breasts. The nipple and the entire breast are lifted upwards. Following the operation, the breasts are initially positioned a little bit higher, because over time, they shift downwards as a result of gravity and a more natural breast appearance is achieved.

Recommendations

  • Avoid physical activity and wear a compressive belt for 6-8 weeks.
  • For 2 weeks do not raise your hands above your head.
  • Following the surgery, patients are advised to remain under observation at the hospital for at least 2 days. Only upon confirmation that the patient’s condition is good, can outpatient treatment be recommended.
  • Lymphatic drainage massage for the first two months following the surgery.
  • Refrain from exercising for 2 months.
  • Surgery seams are removed about 10-12 days after the surgery.

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