How Is Areola Reduction Performed?
Many women who are interested in undergoing either breast reduction surgery or breast lift surgery also express concern regarding the enlarged size of their nipple-areola complex. Their large areolas—often the […]Continue Reading
Are Inverted Nipples a Sign of Cancer?
Contrary to what many people may think, the occurrence of inverted nipples is actually quite common, affecting approximately 10-20% of all women. In the vast majority of women, their existence […]Continue Reading
Nipple and Areola Reduction
Every human being has unique physical characteristics. Most individuals visualize an ideal image of what each part of the body should look like based on norms or imagined norms. Any […]Continue Reading
Breast asymmetry exists when a woman’s two breasts are not identical, mirror images of each other. The reality is that this is true of essentially all women’s breasts. Differences can […]Continue Reading
The Incision Used in Breast Augmentation Can Affect the Sensation of the Nipple-Areola Complex
The incision that I have always preferred for a breast augmentation is the inframammary one (with rare exceptions). The reasons have been many including the relatively inconspicuous location and healing […]Continue Reading
The Limited Incision Periareolar Mastopexy Severely Sacrifices Breast Shape and Aesthetics
A periareolar mastopexy, which is also called a purse string, doughnut (donut) or circumareolar mastopexy, is a technique used for breast lifts that employs just one incision which is situated […]Continue Reading
The Appearance of the Nipple-Areola Complex in a Free Nipple Graft Breast Reduction
Though the overriding goals in breast reduction surgery are to adequately decrease the sizes of the breasts and to obtain reasonable contours after doing so, the final appearances of the […]Continue Reading