If breast reduction is limited to removing only tissue benath nipple area, it will limit amount of reduction possible. Won't this cause cone shaped breasts that are even more prominent? Can tnis tyoe pf procedure be combined with lipo to acheive smaller size and help eliminate cone shape? see pics under profile or reviews for Bellasma
Inverted T Incision - Nipple and Areola Left Untouched?
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Doctor Answers 4
Concerns about Breast Reduction?
Thank you for the question; I am not sure however what you mean by “cone” shaped. My best suggestion is to have you meet with well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons whose work you have reviewed online or in person.
Ask to see lots of examples of their previous work helping patients in your situation, and allow your plastic surgeon to use whatever technique necessary to achieve the results you like. Communicate your goals carefully with the help of goal pictures.
Inverted T is obsolete
Your pictures show inverted T scar. Unfortunately, this technique leaves very unattractive vertical scars that cannot be hidden and often widens in time because it is load bearing. A better technique for you would be The Ultimate Breast Reduction. This technique avoids the vertical scar that is unsightly and reshapes your breasts as you desire. It lasts longer by lifting the breast higher and attaching tissue to the underlying muscle. If you undergo lipo, your breasts will get smaller but may hang again and you will need additional surgery.
Gary Horndeski, M.D.
Breast reduction surgery can be accomplished by liposuction alone in select cases, especially in those cases where the nipple doesn't need to be lifted. Ask your surgeon if you are a good candidate for this option.
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