Breasts are made up of fatty tissues, the mammary gland, excretory milk ducts, blood and lymphatic vessels as well as nerves, all covered by a thin layer of soft skin.
Under the breast lies the pectoralis major muscle.
1. Skin and subcutaneous adipose tissue.
2. Mammary gland.
3. Pectoralis major muscle.
Some women may feel that their breasts are too small, too big or drooping.
Several plastic treatments may be suggested to remedy these situations:
Breast augmentation consists of placing a silicone, hydrogel or saline implant behind the breast. Besides the nature of the filling substance, other criteria such as the width or size of the implant will determine the final results.
Your may feel that your breasts are too large or too heavy or flabby. They may cause physical discomfort in the form of back pain.
Breast reduction surgeries and mastopexies are carried out under general anesthesia or under intravenous sedation and take two to three hours.