Areola restoration/reconstruction can be a very beneficial procedure for breast cancer survivors. Not only can it improve the appearance of their breasts but also their self-esteem and confidence levels.
After breast reconstruction surgery, many women will find that their reconstructed breasts are missing an areola. It can be very depressing for some women and cause them to feel self-conscious about their chest area.
Areola restoration techniques can minimize scars created by breast reconstruction and breast augmentation. The procedure can also soften and blend scars that are too large or unsightly to be hidden by clothing.
Many women choose to undergo breast reduction surgery and the areola restoration technique. It is because breast reductions can reduce sagging and improve the shape of the breasts.
Some breast operations involve one or more incisions at or around the edge of the areola, which can produce a peri-areolar scar. Tattooing the areola scar using corrective pigment camouflage techniques can soften, blend, or reduce scars.
Another way to minimize the appearance of surgical scars is to practice perfect skincare after your procedure. It can help speed healing and decrease the risk of additional scars appearing.
One of the most gratifying aspects of breast reconstruction is the restoration of self-esteem. But, unfortunately, a women’s self-image is directly tied to her appearance, and a missing areola can be a psychological booby trap.
Fortunately, areola restoration in Parker CO, is a relatively easy procedure that involves removing the outer edge of the areola and stitching it back in place to reduce its size.
The process entails a homage to the classic model areola by covering it in a layer of soft tissue to make the area look more natural, boosting your confidence. There are also several non-surgical methods of achieving this same effect. The top-of-the-line combines hyaluronic acid and skin cells, a proven treatment that has been around for over a century.
The appearance of the breast can significantly affect a woman’s self-esteem. For example, a woman who has undergone a mastectomy and breast reconstruction may feel incomplete without an areola, a circular area of skin around the nipple that is typically darker than surrounding areas of breast tissue.
Areola restoration is an elective cosmetic procedure that involves skin grafting from another body part to re-create the areola and restore the original color. It is a good option for women who have lost their areola due to aging or breastfeeding. It can also be used for men who have undergone a mastectomy and want to achieve a closer color match after reconstruction surgery. It is a safe and minimally invasive cosmetic procedure.
Many women have lost their areolas due to reduction surgery or mastectomy; in some cases, the loss can be pretty debilitating. Fortunately, 3D areola reconstruction can help restore your confidence by redefining your areola’s size, shape, and color in the most natural way possible.
To get the best results, we utilize skin grafting to re-create your areola. This technique is a safe and effective procedure that can positively impact your quality of life.
Enhance Breast Shape
After breast reconstruction surgery, a surgeon can reconstruct a new nipple and areola. It is done using skin grafts from another part of your body, such as your groin or abdomen.
The nipple is located at the top of the breast mound and is a prominent feature of the chest wall. Its shape, size, color, and position are all important to the overall aesthetic of the breast.
Nipple reconstruction is often performed to improve a woman’s breast appearance following pregnancy, breastfeeding, or weight loss. By removing excess breast tissue and reshaping the nipple and areola, a cosmetic surgeon can create a more youthful and proportioned breast.
In addition to nipple reconstruction, a plastic surgeon can use cosmetic tattooing techniques and specialized color pigments to recreate the areola. This procedure helps a patient’s reconstructed breast to match their natural breast and adds a sense of completion to the reconstruction process.