Accessary Breast Surgery

Accessary Breast Surgery

Accessory breast tissue, also called hypermastia, is extra breast tissue and is a common developmental phenomenon. It occurs in 2-6% of the general population and can occur in men or women. Accessory breast tissue surgery entails the removal of the excess tissue by a surgeon in order to restore the naturally smooth contours of the body. There are various steps in surgery like-

The first step is to have a private consultation with NYC plastic surgeon Doctor can help you to decide if this surgery is for you. The surgery is elective if the tissue is not causing you any physical difficulties, but you may feel that you want to remove the excess tissue for purely cosmetic reasons.

Once you’ve made the decision to proceed, you’ll find that accessory breast tissue surgery is a relatively quick and routine procedure.

Years ago, excess tissue was removed through a fairly arduous surgery. Under general anesthesia, the surgeon would make a lengthy incision and remove breast tissue, fat tissue, and excess skin. Scarring was common place.

Now accessory breast tissue removal can removed by liposuction with a minimal incision. The liposuction also enables to feather the underlying fat tissue for maximum contouring effect. If an extra nipple or areola needs removal, it will remove. Any extra skin will be removed with a fusiform excision, a technique that leaves little to no trace.