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How to Define Breast Aesthetics?

The aesthetic taste and concept may differ from person to person. However, the general opinion in the world for breasts with a natural aesthetic is that the breasts look proportioned, harmonious, upright, attractive, matching with the female body when viewed from the front and the side, while the nipple fits the breast with the dark-coloured area around it.

Breasts are one of the most important organs of the body related to the concept of aesthetics. In the ages of development, they enter into women's lives, grow and develop. Over time, they become the symbol of beauty and attractiveness and then the representative of the concept of motherhood. They contain many anatomical, psychological and physiological factors.

What is Breast Aesthetics?

Hereditary or hormonal disorders, advancing age, the effect of gravity, surgical treatments that can be performed following pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight gain, or accidents can cause undesired deformations in the tissue and structure of breasts. For such reasons, women who are disturbed by the smallness, size, sagging, asymmetrical disorders of their breasts or the nipple size may consider aesthetic surgery to have natural and beautiful breasts they desire.

  • Enlarging small breasts with prostheses or implants (silicon),
  • If the volume of the sagged breasts is sufficient, lifting-recovery of them,
  • Compacting-lifting of the breasts with inadequate volume,
  • Increasing the breast tissue volume, increasing the breast size and supporting it with an implant,
  • Shrinking the excessively large and sagging breasts,
  • Eliminating asymmetry problems between breasts,
  • Width in the areola parts of the breasts and buried, collapsed or large nipple problems
  • Reconstruction of a breast or nipple that is congenitally absent or lost by external factors , etc.
    define breast aesthetics.

Is There a Lower Age Limit to Have Breast Aesthetics?

There is no lower age limit set by the Ministry of Health for individuals to have aesthetic breast surgery in Turkey. However, plastic surgeons usually state that girls must be 18 years of age to have breast surgery. The answers to the four important questions below suggest that age limit will change according to the individual.

  1. Is body development complete?
  2. Have breasts stable physical structure?
  3. Has the patient reached the age of adolescence?
  4. Have breasts and tissues developed?

There is no upper age limit for breast aesthetics. For a patient who is 60- or 70-years-old, aesthetic breast surgery can be performed as long as the person's health conditions permit.

In Which Cases Can Breast Aesthetics be Performed in People Under 18?

  1. It can be performed in girls whose physical structure and body development have been completed between the ages of 15-17.
  2. If the body development has not been completed, but this surgery is inevitable, it can be performed in patients who have serious asymmetry problems between breasts. (For example, one breast of the patient is very small and undeveloped, and the other breast is large. This asymmetrical condition disturbs the mental state of the patient; then it can be done.)
  3. It is also performed in congenital anomaly cases, that is, in people with congenital asymmetry. (In 15–16-years-old patients, if the development of one breast is complete and the other is inherently problematic, this can be performed in the early period so that the psychology of the patient does not deteriorate.)
  4. In some traumas, accidents and burns, these surgeries must be performed.

Mammoplasty (Boob Job) Frequently Asked Questions

Professor Yazar sees his patients in his private practice based in Nisantasi, Istanbul. He carries out surgery at Acibadem Maslak Hospital and American Hospital based in Nisantasi. However, he also works at other hospitals for some special requests and emergencies.

Please visit the gallery to see some before-after photos. Please note that we only included the photos of patients who signed a consent form for their photos to be published in our website in this section. You can see more photos during your consultation.

Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons perform aesthetic breast surgeries.

Aesthetic surgeries should be planned according to each woman's face, body, and physical structure. That is, a breast that is seen and liked in any picture can be made. However, as you can imagine the size of the prosthesis that will be placed in a woman with a height of 155 cm and a woman with a height of 185 cm cannot be the same. Your surgeon may disagree with you if you have unrealistic expectations.

Scar (Surgical Scar): One of the things women fear most after breast aesthetics is that the scar is very visible. Since it is a surgical procedure, the scar is inevitable. The scars are in the areas where the prostheses are placed by making an incision, that is the armpit region, in the lower part of the dark ring around the nipple, in the lower part of the fold area where the breast meets the chest, or in the core area. In people with fair skin and normal wound healing physiology, the scars of surgery do not remain very apparent.

The prominence of these scars varies depending on to the woman's age, genetic physics, and DNA structure and the structural features of her skin. These scars, which integrate with the skin colour by taking a vague appearance over time, are taken under control with various creams and gels recommended by the surgeon.

Among the breast aesthetic procedures, especially in breast augmentation procedures, the prosthesis is placed under a thin membrane called the fascia between the back-front of the breast muscle or the muscle called sub facia and the breast tissue. In all three cases, the silicone prosthesis is not connected to the mammary glands, milk ducts, and the area where the nipple is located. Also, breast lift surgery does not have any contact with the nipple, milk ducts, or mammary gland tissue.

Note: If you consider having a baby soon, this should be told to the surgeon as there may be significant changes in breast volume and shape during pregnancy and after breastfeeding.

Women who consider to undergo breast surgery wonder and worry about whether there is a risk of cancer after breast aesthetics. After all the researches, it has been repeatedly proved that breast aesthetic surgery does not cause cancer.

Breast surgery can be performed in any season. However, women in Turkey prefer to undergo breast surgery mostly in the winter months. This fact is because the recovery process of the surgical procedure performed in the winter months is completed until the summer.

  • Sagging after breast augmentation surgery:
    Since the breast tissue is preserved in a certain proportion in women whose breast size is above certain dimensions, the breast tissue may sag over the prosthesis, although the location of the silicone does not change with age. If the sagging condition occurs, lifting procedures should be performed.
  • Sagging after breast lifting surgery:
    Changes such as pregnancy, excessive weight loss or gain after breast lifting surgery may cause sagging of the breasts again. For this reason, plastic surgery such as breast augmentation and breast lifting are recommended by plastic surgeons for patients who do not consider having children and whose body weight does not change frequently.
  • Sagging after breast reduction surgery:
    The problem of sagging breasts can rarely be observed when the body structure changes due to the patient's excessive weight gain and loss with her advancing age.

Breast aesthetic surgery has a very high success rate. However, physiological and psychological complications may occur in some patients, although very rare. These rare complications include mild bleeding, infection, capsule formation, asymmetry (size and shape differences between breasts), temporary loss of sensation in the nipples, deformations, scars, tissue death.

If possible, all conditions that affect the health, quality of life and psychology of individuals should be treated.

▬ Before deciding on the new breast size or shape of patients coming for all types breast aesthetic surgery, an examination is made taking into account the body proportions. Belly, leg, hip, and arm ratios of the patients who come especially for breast reduction aesthetics are analysed. If the patient has excess weight or obesity, the patient is recommended to lose weight before breast reduction surgery. There are two methods for this. The first one is the slimming program, accompanied by a dietician and a sports coach, and the second is referring the patient to obesity surgery. If the patient's weight is not above its normal value, direct breast reduction surgery can be performed. Breast consists of breast gland tissue as well as fat tissue. For this reason, no matter how much weight is lost with diet and sports, breasts with low-fat tissue would remain at a certain size.

Patients who have a little extra weight and have undergone breast reduction or breast augmentation procedures do not have many changes such as sagging in the breast after losing weight with diet or sports. However, if the patient plans to lose 2-3 kilograms after the operation, the procedure is planned accordingly.

You need to directly get in touch with your insurer to enquire. In case of a medical necessity such as large breasts causing severe back pain, breast reconstruction following cancer treatment, they might cover the cost.

In Turkey, there is no lower or upper age limit set for the procedure by the Ministry of Health. Individuals can undergo breast asymmetry surgery at any age provided that they have completed their adolescence period (over 18 years of age), their breast tissue has completely developed and their health is good, according to the results of the necessary examinations performed before surgery.

  • 15-17 years old girls whose breast tissue, physical structure and body development have been completed can get breast aesthetics before the age of 18 after the necessary examinations are performed.
  • Aesthetic breast surgery can be performed in the early period before the age of 18 to correct the congenital anomalies, that is, congenital (existing at, or dating from, birth) breast asymmetry which is apparent at the age of 13-16 in girls.
  • Breast aesthetic treatment can also be performed for people under the age of 18 who do not have body development and bone structure, who experience asymmetry problems due to excessive weight loss and discomfort in their breasts.
  • In some severe traumatic accidents and severe burns, breast aesthetic surgery is required for patients under the 18 years of age.

Prozesse vor der Brustästhetik

Inspektionsphase, Routineanwendungen, allgemeine Informationen

Ärztliche Untersuchung:

  • Zuerst wird die Patientinnen vom Facharzt für Ästhetische, Plastische und Rekonstruktive Chirurgie, Prof. Dr. Şükrü Yazar, untersucht. Sein Gesundheitszustand, seine Beschwerden und ästhetischen Erwartungen werden bewertet. Faktoren wie sein Alter, Gewicht, Körpermaße, Körperfettanteil, Zustand des Brustkorbs, Fettgewebe der Brust und das Verhältnis von Haut und Bindegewebe zur Brustdrüse (Glandula mammaria) sowie Verdachtsmomente auf onkologische Probleme werden berücksichtigt, um festzustellen, ob die Patientin für eine Brustästhetik geeignet ist.
  • Wenn die Patientin Bluthochdruck, Niereninsuffizienz, Diabetes, chronisches Asthma usw. hat und regelmäßig Medikamente einnimmt, sollte er Prof. Dr. Şükrü Yazar informieren.
  • Wenn die Patientin blutverdünnende Medikamente wie Aspirin, Vitamine, Fischöl usw. einnimmt, sollte sie/er Prof. Dr. Şükrü Yazar darüber informieren.
  • Wenn die Patientin raucht und Alkohol trinkt, sollte er zwei Wochen vor der Operation damit aufhören.
  • Zusätzlich zu Blutuntersuchungen, Ultraschall und einem allgemeinen Gesundheitsscreening vor einer Brustoperation müssen sich Frauen über 40 Jahren auch einer Mammographie unterziehen.
  • Vor der Operation werden alle Accessoires wie Schmuck, Ringe, Ohrringe, Piercings, Kontaktlinsen, Zahnersatz usw. vom Körper entfernt, sofern die Patientin sie tragen.
  • Um den Komfort der Patientin während des Krankenhausaufenthalts zu gewährleisten, ist es angebracht, eine Begleitperson zu haben und lockere, zugeknöpfte oder mit Reißverschlüssen versehene Kleidung mitzubringen.


  • Die Patientin wird die „Einverständniserklärung zur Brustästhetischen Chirurgie“ entnommen.
  • Die Patientin muss Kompressionsstrümpfe tragen.
  • Die Zeichnung erfolgt mit einem Markierstift. Die Patientin wird ohne Zeichnung nicht in den Operationssaal gebracht.
  • Ein pneumatischer Kompressor wird vor der Operation an der Patientin angepasst und bis zur Entlassung verwendet.
  • Nach der Operation wird jede Stunde für 15 Minuten kaltes Gel (Eis) mit einer Hülle auf die Brüste aufgetragen.
  • Falls eine Brustwarzenoperation durchgeführt wurde, wird die Brustwarze regelmäßig auf Durchblutung und Hämatome überprüft.

Allgemeine Informationen:

  1. Bei Patientinnen mit Lappenplastik wird eine Durchblutungsüberwachung durchgeführt. Um die Durchblutung richtig zu beobachten, sollte die Kaltanwendung NICHT im Lappenbereich erfolgen!
  2. Alle an Patientinnen angelegten Drainagen werden auf NEGATIVEN Druck überwacht.
  3. Allen Patientinnen wird bis zur Entlassung eine routinemäßige Flüssigkeitsunterstützung bereitgestellt, indem eine IV-Leitung (intravenöse Verabreichung) mit der erforderlichen Geschwindigkeit gelegt und angewendet wird (über eine Pumpe - Infusionsset).
  4. Jede Seite des von der Patientin erhaltenen Einverständnisformulars wird unterschrieben.
  5. Während des Zeichnens im Brustbereich mit einem Markerstift sollte auch eine Krankenschwester anwesend sein, wenn der Arzt die Zeichnungen erstellt.

Prozesse nach der Brustästhetik

Inspektionsphase, Routineanwendungen, allgemeine Informationen

Meine Patienten können ein bis zwei Nächte im Krankenhaus bleiben und dann nach den notwendigen Untersuchungen nach Hause gehen.

  • Drainagen (Vakuumschlauch), die zur Verhinderung von Blut- und Flüssigkeitsansammlungen angebracht wurden, werden innerhalb weniger Tage entfernt.
  • Es ist normal, etwa eine Woche lang Schmerzen, Verspannungen und Schmerzen im Operationsbereich zu verspüren. In dieser Zeit werden unsere Patienten mit Schmerzmitteln entlastet.
  • Damit Operationswunden schnell heilen, sollten die ersten Tage mit Ruhe verbracht werden. Frau/Man sollte regelmäßig essen und nicht rauchen oder Alkohol trinken.
  • Abhängig von der Art der Brustästhetik sollten unsere Patientinnen 1-2 Monate lang den von uns bereitgestellten speziellen Sport-BH tragen

Genesungsstatus von Patientinnen mit Brustästhetik

  • Sie können nach 3–5 Tagen wieder arbeiten.
  • Sie können ihr soziales Leben nach 5-10 Tagen auf die gleiche Weise fortsetzen.
  • Nach 3 Wochen können sie leichte Sportarten wie zügiges Gehen ausüben.,
  • Nach 6–8 Wochen können sie mit weniger anspruchsvollen Sportarten wie Pilates und Yoga beginnen.
  • Nach 3 Monaten können sie Sportarten ausüben, die Anstrengung erfordern.

Verband und Kontrollen:

Ich teile den Zeitplan für Verbände und Routinekontrollen nach der Brustästhetik mit meinen Patientinnen. Es ist sehr wichtig, diese Überprüfungen nicht zu überspringen, um eine sichere vollständige Genesung zu gewährleisten.