Breast reduction or mammoplasty is procedure for those women’s which present heavy enlarged breast that cause issues like pain in head, neck, shoulders and back and some other issues are also faced by heavy enlarged breast women’s like poor blood circulation, improper breathing, and Impropriate fitting to cloths it leads to affecting mental health, self-esteem and psychological depression.
A woman develops large breasts usually during the pubertal breast-development stage, but large breasts can also develop postpartum, after gaining weight, at menopause, and at any age. Moreover, many women are genetically predisposed to developing large breasts, the size and weight of which often are increased either by pregnancy or by weight gain, both conditions.
Mechanical structures of women breast are categorized as Rib cage, Chest muscles, Pectoralis fascia, Suspensory ligaments, Glandular tissue, Adipose tissue, Fatty Tissue, The skin envelope. It is assured in breast reduction surgery the functional bust that is proportionate to the woman’s body is according to the functional sensitivity and lacatinal capability of the breasts. The abnormal enlargement of the breast tissues can be caused either by the over development of the milk glands or adipose tissue, combination of both also found in some women’s. Reduction mammoplasty is the technically reliable method for diminishing the size and volume of the enlarged breast. The traditional, surgical techniques for breast reduction remodel the breast mound using a skin and glandular (breast tissue) pedicle and then trim and re-drape the skin envelope into a new breast of natural size, shape, and contour. Some of the surgical procedures are as Inferior pedicle technique (Anchor pattern, inverted-T incision, and Wise pattern), Vertical scar technique (lollipop incision), Horizontal scar technique, free nipple-graft technique and Liposuction-only technique (lipectomy).