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Triangular flap method
The triangular flap method is utilized in cases of inverted nipples with severe fibrosis and shortened or pulled lacteal ducts. The procedure involves gently stretching the duct and fibrous tissue to pull out the nipple without causing any damage. In instances where there is a lack of dermal tissue, it can be supplemented through the use of a dermal flap.
Local anesthesia around the nipple
Incision on both sides of the nipple
Increase fibrous tissue.
Create a triangular flap.
Increase along with the milk duct.
The Ssamji Suture method
The Ssamji suture method is a surgical technique used to correct inverted nipples. It involves making a small incision around the nipple to access the underlying tissue. During the procedure, the band-like fibrous tissue that is pulling the nipple down is carefully cut. This allows for the stretching of the milk ducts and the supplementation of tissue under the nipple. The nipple is then pulled out and fixed in its new position. One of the advantages of the Ssamji suture method is that it aims to minimize damage to the milk ducts, making breastfeeding possible after the surgery. Additionally, the procedure is relatively straightforward and typically results in less noticeable scarring.
A small incision is made on the nipple.
Check the mammary glands.
Increase milk ducts without damaging milk ducts or milk vessels.
Suture with the Ssamji suture method that reinforces the protrusion of the stretched-related tissues.
It is a surgical method that aims to preserve as much mammary tissue as possible
during nipple reduction, allowing for breastfeeding after the procedure.
If the nipple is wide
If the nipple length is long
Divide the nipple into three parts
Cut the middle part
If breastfeeding is no longer necessary, the surgical method for nipple reduction involves cutting the mammary tissue and nipple, reducing them to the desired size, and suturing them.
Through the establishment of various safety management systems,
patients can undergo surgery more safely.
An anesthesiology specialist monitors the patient in real-time during surgery and performs double and triple checks through a central monitoring system.
The entire process of the surgery, including pre-, during, and post-surgical procedures, is managed in real-time with a full-time anesthesiologist.
For safer surgery, we have established an in-hospital examination system. This allows us to perform a comprehensive pre-operative examination.
Through the establishment of various safety management systems, we ensure that patients can undergo surgery safely and with peace of mind.
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