The Inverted T Breast Lift

24 December 2017 / / Wonder Breast Channel

If you are interested in the breast lift procedure, keep in mind that there are various ways on how you can lift the breasts. You cannot just pick the technique that will be used because it will still depend on how much sagginess you have. If the distance from the desired areola location to the current location is long, then it only means that it needs a more extensive surgery and longer scars. To reduce the breast, one of the common techniques used is the inverted T breast lift. If you will ask why it is called the inverted T, this is simply because the technique produces vertical and horizontal scars that form a T shape. Most surgeons believe that it is extremely reliable, very easy to perform, and easy to learn. However, there are many reasons why the inverted T breast lift is not a good option for the patient.

The first problem with the mentioned technique is that it will prevent you from wearing certain kinds of clothes because the scars are very extensive. The second one is that this technique violates the fundamental reason for performing a breast lift. This is because when this procedure is performed, the nipple-areolar complex is transferred with its own blood supply and then the incisions are closed, resulting in an inverted T shape. The technique relies on the skin envelope to hold the breast for a long-term result. If your breasts are weak, this surgery will actually make them even weaker. The third one is that the results of soft tissue relaxation will make your breast fuller at the bottom and cause you to lose upper pole fullness.

If you want to avoid these problems, you may want to consider the Wonder Breast lift technique. Its main goal is to reconstruct and reposition the breast while providing support using a different aspect of the breast. With the Wonder Breast lift, the scar will be L-shaped in those patients that have excessive sagginess, completely avoiding the scar that goes toward the midline.

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