- Benign breast tumor removal
- Breast asymmetry correction surgery
- Breast augmentation
- Breast implant removal
- Breast lift
- Breast nipple correction
- Breast reduction
- Gynecomastia - Breast reduction for men
- Removal of supernumerary breast tissue
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Breast benign tumor removal surgery is a surgical procedure aimed at removing benign tumors or tumor-like formations in the breast area. Benign tumors are usually non-cancerous and do not have the ability to spread to other parts of the body.
During the surgery, the tumor and the surrounding healthy tissue are typically removed to ensure complete excision and reduce the risk of recurrence or future problems. The surgery may involve different procedures depending on the size, location, and individual factors of the tumor. In some cases, a biopsy may also be necessary to determine the nature of the tumor and rule out malignancy.
Breast benign tumor removal surgery is usually performed general anesthesia. The duration of the surgery depends on the specific situation. After the surgery, it may be necessary to wear a special supportive bra, and the duration of the recovery period can vary, but typically, the patient can return to normal activities within a few weeks.
Prior to breast benign tumor removal surgery, it is important to consult with our experienced surgeon who can evaluate the nature of the tumor and recommend the best approach based on the individual needs of the patient.