Reducing Mastoplasty is a surgical method of breast reduction that involves the removal of fatty tissue, glandular tissue, and skin from large breasts to make them smaller and more firm. With this method besides reducing the size, the breasts are lifted at the same time.
Breast reduction is done in patients suffering from volume and overweight, as well as their appearance. Performing this intervention is primarily advised for medical reasons as prevention of permanent disability due to static spinal disorders. Patients often have back, neck, headache, under-breast sweating, and all of this indicates a great indication of the operation.
If following the instructions of the post-operative nursing care provider, all symptoms or disorders should disappear after about 6 months, and the final results then become quite noticeable. There is also a significant improvement in the symptoms due to excessive breasts.