ABSTRACT Minimal or moderate breast ptosis can be treated with Benelli mastopexy technique in experienced hands. Tightening of the periareolar tissue, inappropraite suture usage, excessive tissue removal lead to severe complications in some patients. Patients with these complications is more than difficult to treat breast ptosis. It needs extra tissue to reduce the tensions in patients with wide circumareolar scar tissue and wide areolary complex. Vertical scar mastopexy technique can be used to treat these type of complications as a scar reduction methods.
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