4. Inverted T Technique
The surgeon uses diverse surgical equipment to lift the skin and isolate it from the concealed tissues beneath. The areola and nipples are not touched while the encompassing skin is extracted. To be sure that the breast continues to be mobile, the surgeon removes tissue that is located on the edges of the incision line. After extracting excessive skin, the surgeon sutures the topmost area of the perimeter of the incision. This action ensures that the areola and breast are elevated to a new more vertical position.
The patient is given anesthesia to ensure that they are unconscious and then the surgeon makes a vertical incision as well as a crosswise incision on the breast fold. A combination of these incisions is ideal for maximal extraction of skin as well as the shaping of the breast. Apart from the extraction and tightening of the skin, the rooted layer of the breast can also be stitched together to ensure that the breast is properly shaped. Basically, the sagging area is cut, probably up to 1 cup off and the breast is given a new shape. Tubes can be used for a while after the surgery to ensure that the surgical area is drained.
This breast lifting approach is one of the most popular because it can help make the right adjustments to the breast and works very well.