What is axillary breast removal?
Excess tissue in the breast is removed during this procedure. The axillary breast, also known as supernumerary or accessory breast tissue, is a type of breast tissue found in the armpits. It can have an impact on one or both sides.
What causes axillary breast tissue?
Genetics or weight gain may be to blame for the condition.
In technical terms, glandular tissue makes up axillary breast tissue. It is vulnerable to hormonal changes caused by pregnancy and milk production, as well as any other changes that might affect normal breast tissue. It could, however, be primarily made up of fatty tissue. In either case, it causes armpit bulging, which can detract from the area’s aesthetics.
Is it normal to get axillary breast tissue?
Axillary breast tissue isn’t usually thought of as a health concern. It is estimated that between 2% and 6% of women have it.
Why can it be a problem?
Axillary breast tissue can cause an unattractive bulge near the armpit, giving it a meaty appearance. This makes it impossible for your clothes to fit properly. It can also cause irritation and inflammation if it grows too big. This is especially true if you’re wearing clothing or bras that cut into the area.
What happens during my surgery?
To remove the axillary breast, liposuction and/or excision may be used. During your consultation, the specific techniques used during your surgery will be discussed.
I’m a man but I have this. Can I get the surgery done, too?
Axillary breast tissue is more common in women than in men, but it can affect men as well. Either gender can safely undergo the procedure. Male breast reduction can often be combined with a chest lift for a dramatic improvement in the chest contour.
Is axillary breast tissue cancerous?
No. In the vast majority of cases, this tissue is totally benign and non-cancerous. It is usually only an aesthetic concern.
When will I see my results?
Although you may notice an improvement right away, you should wait until the majority of the swelling has gone down. This is due to the fact that swelling can make the area appear larger than it is. You’ll have to wait a few weeks for liposuction, and five to six months for excision.
Is this surgery effective?
When performed by a skilled surgeon, axillary breast tissue removal has been proven to be safe.
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