Breast Reduction in Mexico
Throughout history, the bust has been a sign of beauty and fertility. But the bust is one of the parts of the body that suffers more change than others for many reasons including hormonal factors, genetics, changes in body weight and as the results of pregnancy and breast feeding.
Some patients tend to exhibit excessive growth resulting sometimes in physical and emotional discomfort. The most common physical problems are back pain, neck pain and poor posture.
Breast reduction surgery in Mexico is designed to reduce the size of the bust by removing breast tissue and fat, ultimately reducing the volume of the breasts to create a more comfortable and pleasing appearance.
As with all plastic surgeries, it is very important to be clear about your expectations of traveling to Mexico for plastic surgery, your end result to be, including shape and size of your breasts.
Reveerts Approach to Breast Reduction Mexico
Breast reduction in Mexico may be right for you if you are not satisfied with the large side of your breasts, or if you feel they are not in proportion with the rest of your body.
You may be a good candidate for breast reduction in Mexico if the large sizes of your breasts are causing you physical problems with posture or pain.
Before you undergo breast reduction surgery in Mexico, your elite Reveert plastic surgeon will assess and evaluate your unique situation in a consultation session.
You will undergo medical examinations, preceding your breast reduction surgery in Mexico, which includes lab work and a preoperative cardiac evaluation.
Your Reveert plastic surgeon will take pre-surgery shots to evaluate the areas of concern and will further advise you on the breast reduction procedures, details about breast reduction in Mexico, including incisions made during breast reduction surgery and their location, risks of breast reduction surgery in Mexico, pre-operative and post-operative care in Mexico, as well as breast reduction recovery time.
Following your breast reduction surgery discussion with Reveert plastic surgeon, we will schedule your breast reduction surgery date and you will be given the necessary information and instructions to be best prepared breast reduction surgery in Mexico.
Preparing for Breast Reduction Mexico
One Month before Breast Reduction Mexico
Stop taking medicines such as Aspirin and Vitamin E
If applicable, stop smoking completely
One Week before Breast Reduction Mexico
Attend pre surgical consultation, including taking of photographs
Complete blood tests and cardiac evaluation
Receive post-operative indications
One Day before Breast Reduction Mexico
Do not ingest any food or drink after the time advised by your surgeon
Pack a bag with comfortable shoes and clothing, specifically clothing that zips or buttons
Morning of Breast Reduction Surgery In Mexico
Shower or bathe normally
Do not use gel or any other product on the hair
Do not use makeup, facial creams or body lotions
Breast Reduction Mexico Aftercare
You will be given all medical garments and medicine which will include pain medication, anti-inflammatories and antibiotics.
It is important to have someone with you the first 24 to 48 hours of your breast reduction surgery in Mexico or you may feel weak or sleepy and may require help getting out of bed. A light diet is recommended for the first day or two following breast reduction surgery in Mexico.
Patients who underwent breast reduction in Mexico may experience muscle discomfort about 7 to 10 days, so it is imperative to take your medication on time.
Risks and Side Effects of Breast Reduction Mexico
It is very important to assess and analyze your health condition before getting breast reduction surgery in Mexico. The most common risks associated with breast reduction surgery in Mexico might occur in patients over 40 years old, oral contraceptive users, smokers and obese patients.
Risks of breast reduction surgery in Mexico may include seroma, hematoma, wound opening as well as necrosis. All of the above will be discussed in detail during your breast reduction surgery consultation with your Reveert plastic surgeon.
Breast Reduction Mexico FAQs
How long does Breast Reduction surgery in Mexico last?
Breast reduction surgery in Mexico lasts approximately 4 hours.
What type of anesthesia is used during Breast Reduction surgery in Mexico?
The type of anesthesia used in breast reduction surgery in Mexico is light sedation typically known as "twilight" sedation, plus a local anesthetic or an epidural block. You will stay in the hospital in Mexico for one night and your Reveert plastic surgeon will conduct a follow up session with you before leaving the hospital the next morning. In addition, your next breast reduction follow-up appointment will be scheduled in Mexico.
How Long Does it Take to Recover from Breast Reduction surgery in Mexico?
Recovering from breast reduction surgery in Mexico will be gradual. Generally after the first week of breast reduction in Mexico, you will feel good and you can return to your normal routine after the second week. However, the first 4 weeks of breast reduction surgery in Mexico, you will need to avoid strenuous physical activity and no exercise other than walking. Regular follow up appointments of breast reduction in Mexico will be scheduled to monitor your progress.
Will the incisions of Breast Reduction surgery in Mexico be Visible?
Plastic surgeons at Reveert are renowned for using minimal incisions to achieve the most natural-looking results.
The incisions used in breast reduction in Mexico are placed around the areola, as well as a vertical incision which goes downward and into the crease of your breast.
Initially, scars resulted from breast reduction surgery in Mexico will be visible but with the Reveert's proper aftercare, these scars will ultimately fade over time.
When Will I See the Final Results of Breast Reduction surgery in Mexico?
After you breast reduction surgery in Mexico, you will see a noticeable difference in the shape of your body after surgery; however improvement of breast reduction in Mexico will be even more evident after 4 weeks, when most of the swelling has subsided.
For more information, contact Reveert and get a free quote.