There are several techniques available. Most of these techniques protect the chute channels so that breastfeeding is not impeded after childbirth. The percentage of women who have been able to breastfeed after childbirth is approximately 70%.
Although there are several techniques available for the operation, almost all of them involve a straight or a reverse T shape incision from the top of the breast to the bottom. The technique to be used is determined with the surgeon who takes into account the size of the breast(s), the degree of deformation and their elasticity during the examination.