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Published on: 13 Mar 2017 by ricardocole
Undergoing a reconstructive breast surgery is one of the
common activities found among those women who would like to maintain a perfect
body posture. The unnatural growth of breast tissues is cited as the main cause
among women considering this kind of surgery. Perhaps, there are no risks posed
because of the safe handling and tissue removal from breasts under expert care
and perfect guidance. This surgery works wonders for those women who are left
with no choice regarding the shaping up of their breasts after getting
performed mastectomy surgery. Much of the improvement in the situation is
attributed to the latest developments in the field of cosmetics.
Reconstructive breast surgery helps women regain their lost
confidence in more than one way. Plastic surgeons too have now got enough tools
on hand so that they are able to successfully let women get their original
shape of their breasts back. However, patients are given enough time to make a
perfect choice before considering breast surgery on a serious note. Some of the
major factors such as time, structure, and operation contribute to the immense
success of the surgery performed. Some surgeons advise few women to undergo
this kind of surgery while they are still going through mastectomy. Many women
often suffer from indecision before going through a reconstructive breast
surgery. But it is recommended that one should consult an expert before doing
this. Though the technology is now advanced more than ever, one should not take
any health risk due to reconstructive breast surgery. So first make sure that
there will not be any health issues regarding this, and then just go for it.
Meanwhile, there are other cases during which both the
surgeries are performed at different times. For instance, women requiring
radiation therapy post mastectomy surgery are suggested to alter their plans of
going through breast reconstruction after mastectomy. This kind of postponement
is regarded as compulsory because the direct effects of radiation on newly
constructed breasts might be drastic making them appear more rigid in nature.
The chances are more that women might feel considerable amount of pain on a
constant basis in the operated breasts. Another grave issue is that of the
possibility of shrinking of the fatty tissue, which is pivotal for the breast
reconstruction process. That’s why it’s a better choice to have patience and
wait for the right time to come.