Internal Bra Technique
Breasts are an extremely important body part in the female body. However, if proper care is not taken, the breasts can become saggy and lose shape. But what if your breasts are already saggy?
In that case, you should think about having an internal bra technique performed. This technique ensures that the breast is properly aligned with its shape. It provides adequate support and prevents saggy breasts.
The internal bra technique gives the lower portion of the breast firm support. An internal bra technique contributes a base that acts as a solid foundation for a breast implant. Internal bra surgery is most commonly performed using supplementary suturing.
Sutures are placed after the meshing is completed beneath the implants. The vicryl mesh support is a dissolvable material composed of glycolide copolymer and calcium stearate. After surgery, the vicryl mesh dissolves in 5-6 months. The mesh is stitched to the muscle wall before being rolled over the implant and stitched again.
Breast drooping is a major concern when the breast and nipple droop downwards. Bottoming out occurs when the implant moves downward but the nipple and breast tissue remain in place. These conditions can occur depending on the patient's physiology and anatomy.
In some cases, the implants are displaced from their original position, causing them to fall to a lower position. Furthermore, extreme weight loss and pregnancy often result in saggy breasts. In addition to these cases, females who engage in strenuous exercise are more likely to have sagging breasts. In all of these cases, having an internal bra technique performed can solve a variety of issues.
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