Inverted T Incision

Definition - What does Inverted T Incision mean?

The inverted T incision, also popularly referred to as the anchor incision, is a type of incision used during breast reduction surgery. The incision is a combination of the so-called lollipop incision with an additional cut at the base of the breast.

The Inverted T incision is the most invasive incision creating the biggest amount of extraction space for larger-scale breast reduction procedures.

TheConsultation explains Inverted T Incision

The Inverted T incision is an incision used in breast reduction surgery which entails the making of three cuts. The first cut is made around the areolas, the second cut is made from the nipples to the bottom of the breast, and the final cut is made horizontally, at the bottom of the breast. The incisions create an anchor shape. The anchor incision is creates the biggest amount of space in the breast, allowing for the extraction of a significant amount of excess fat and tissue.

The incision, although necessary for larger-scale breast reduction surgery, is unpopular because of the extensive scarring that it leaves the patient with.

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