Short scar breast reduction reduction, the so called 'lollipop' incision has been developed over decades, and contributions by Dr. LeJour, and later by Dr. Hall-Findley are the more recent ones. The emphasis of Dr. LeJour was the combination of liposuction of the breast with a short scar reduction, and Dr. Hall-Findlay suggested moving the pedicle to make the nipple easier to position. Most important was their series of successful cases which has encouraged the adoption of the short scar procedure in the US. American surgeons had been very slow to adopt the short scar techniques which had become very popular in Europe. Any surgeon skilled in breast reduction will have many approaches from which to draw, and no single technique will fit every patient. It is true that most will benefit from a short scar reduction, though a few will do better with a "T' approach. Be sure to find a surgeon in your area that can match you to the technique best for you.
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