The purpose of this intervention is the reduction and reshaping of the breasts. During surgery, the surgeon should reduce the areola to size and place it in its correct position.
This procedure is usually performed under regional or general anesthesia. During surgery, the surgeon dry skin and excess fat gland, located areola into their correct location and then reshapes the remaining breast.
After the procedures, usually some type of bandage that varies according to surgeon’s preference is placed, who may also recommend the use of a fastener in the postoperative period. There is often bruising and some swelling in the immediate postoperative period.
The patient should rest for several weeks; they should not sleep on their side, at least for a month. The resulting scars are around the areola, vertically and horizontally at the bottom of the breasts.