BREAST REDUCTION

Mammary hypertrophy

Mammary hypertrophy is an excess of mammary gland.

Usually, the sufferer simply experiences discomfort but in some cases this condition can be debilitating. Patients who come for a breast reduction consultation are often very motivated. Adolescents with large breasts suffer a great deal. Once the patient accepts they will have scars, the procedure offers tremendous physical and psychological relief. If carried out by an expert surgeon, the end result is beautiful breasts that are the right size and in the right place.

This is one of the rare surgeries that are covered by social security in those cases where there is an excess of at least 300 grams per breast.Mammary hypertrophy is defined as having an excessively large breast, especially in proportion to the patient’s morphology. This excess volume is generally accompanied by a drooping, or “ptosis” of the breast and sometimes by a degree of asymmetry.

 

ECHNIQUES MAMMARY HYPERTROPHY

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FRENCHLIFT by DR PHILIPPE BELLITY

The FRENCHLIFT ® was invented by Dr. Philippe Bellity who has been working on minimally invasive solutions for years. It is aimed at men and women experiencing the first signs of sagging jowls and has become, over the last few years, the alternative to a facelift. FRENCHLIFT ® offers many advantages : it is very effective in lifting the cheeks and jowls and recreating the oval line of the face. It respects the entire personality of the face without stretching the skin excessively or deforming the mouth. Scaring is kept to a minimum, and the scars are hidden inside the ear and at the side of it, the recovery period is much shorter (about a week. The results last as long as a classic facelift.

 

URGOTOUCH CICATRISATION

Dr. Bellity is equipped with the new innovation by Urgo laboratories, UrgoTouch : A unique laser technology for all those who want a more beautiful scar after their surgery cosmetic surgery. Treatment of the scar with the UrgoTouch laser is performed in the operating room at the end of the procedure once the surgical suture is complete. Still under anesthesia, you will not experience any pain.