Procedure: A procedure to correct breast ptosis or fall further reducing
the size of the mammary gland. It applies to women with large breasts or sagging.
It is commonly done through an anchor-shaped incision along the contour of the breast, removing excess and repositioning the nipple and areola.
Duration: 3-4 hours.
Hospitalization: It is usually ambulatory.
Side effects: Pain and temporary swelling, bruises. Temporary sensitivity decrease.
Recovery: Return to normal activities: 7 days.
Strong activities: 1 month.