A Complete Recovery Guide Of Breast Lift Scarby Varun Mishra Web Designer
Breast lift scars can be a major concern when you decide to go for a breast lift surgery. Recovery from breast lift scars actually depends upon several factors like technique used for surgery etc. It is better to be well informed before you undergo a breast lift. Here I will give you some tips for recovery from breast lift scars :
Your surgeon should use as minimum incisions as possible in order to give attractive results. Less incisions lines can be concealed. Breast lift surgery in India aims at making minimum incisions to give minimum scars.
Try to keep the incisions dry after surgery for few weeks until they heal completely. Take sponge baths in order to do that.
Wear medical compression bra for first few days after surgery then start wearing sports bra for several weeks. Compression bra, by applying pressure, helps the skin fit better in its new body shape minimizing possibility of skin sagging. It will provide support and comfort to your breasts helping them to heal faster.Breast lift surgeons in India recommend to strictly avoid usage of underwire bras in this period.
Breast lift scars will look red, lumpy and very noticeable for few months. Then they will fade slowly into white lines over few months but they will never really go away.
Avoid exposure to the sun after the surgery. It will darken your scars. Once they are healed completely you can apply sunscreen on them. This will help them to fade soon.
There are some scar treatments available which can be used after the healing of scars. But it is not provided by your surgeon. So it might be little risky.
Silicone gels and sheets are observed to have good performance in fading of the scars. They can reduce appearance of all types of scars.
It is highly recommended to give up smoking at least for two weeks before and after the surgery. Tobacco can slow down healing and increase chance of infection making breast lift scars more prominent
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