Breast lifting, also known as mastopexy, raises the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new breast contour.
A breast lift restores a firmer, perkier, and more aesthetically pleasing shape to sagging breasts. This not only can improve a patient’s appearance by restoring her youthful, feminine proportions but also help bras and swimsuits fit more comfortably and attractively.
By removing excess, stretched out skin, reshaping the breast tissue, and raising the nipple and areola into a more forward position, a cosmetic surgeon can create a more youthful breast contour.
Stretched, large areolae can also be reduced during breast lift surgery, creating an overall better proportioned, natural-looking breast.
Ultrasound is utilized for breast tissue assessment and assessment of whether patients are appropriate surgical candidates. Indeed, when performed by a technically skilled surgeon, Ultrasound is safe and effective to perform mastopexy in chosen individuals.
The use of the Color Double Head Wireless Ultrasound Scanner SIFULTRAS-5.42 FDA allows the practitioner to surpass challenges and any related complications, as well as the diagnosis follow-up of additional breast lesions.
SIFULTRAS-5.42 has two heads. Thus, making it more practical and more affordable than buying two separate single-headed probes. The Linear side of the Doppler allows the doctor to evaluate the more superficial parts while the Convex part is used for in-depth examinations.
The Double Head Ultrasound Linear side Frequency goes from 40 to 100 mm. Its frequency varies from 7.5 to 10 MHz. The linear probe is usually used to visualize, Breast, and vascular applications.
While the Convex probe of the Color Double Head WiFi Ultrasound Scanner has a 3.5 to 5 MHz frequency. It can go deep from 90 to 305 mm for better monitoring, exam and diagnosis.
With the aid of an ultrasound instrument, the surgeon may examine the morphology, shape, and content of the breasts, as well as monitor the tissues and axillae. Moreover, ultrasound in the breast implant might be needed later if the patient chooses to do so.