What is a Bish Lord and why is it removed?
Each woman strives for perfection. And sometimes, from an ideal appearance, minor defects are separated. One of them - the so-called lumps of Bish. And what is it? And is it worth removing them?
What is it?
What are the clumps of Bish? These are fatty encapsulated clusters that form the body of the cheeks and are located approximately in the zone of the cheekbones between the muscles: facial superficial and deeper cheekbones. The seals are on both sides, and their name appeared thanks to Marie François Xavier Bisch - an anatomist of French origin.
Why does a man need lumps of Bish? Certainly, their appointment is unknown, and there are many different opinions. But the most explainable and logical functions are the following:
- Facilitating the process of sucking breast milk. Surely you have noticed that almost all newborns have very plump cheeks. It is believed that the developed and bulky clumps of Bisha in infancy help children get food.Without these fat accumulations, the process would likely be more time consuming and lengthy.
- Participation in the process of chewing. According to this view, lumps provide soft and smooth sucking, thereby optimizing and simplifying the chewing movements.
- Another possible function is a kind of depreciation protection, which allows reducing the risk of injury to facial muscles and nerves.
It is interesting: as a person grows older, lumps undergo a reverse development, that is, they significantly decrease in size, but still do not disappear altogether.
Should I remove lumps?
Removing lumps of Bisha is an exclusively cosmetic plastic surgery aimed at eliminating an external defect. Such intervention may be required in such cases:
- Excessive volume lumps, as well as the presence of pronounced fat deposits in the cheeks and cheekbones.
- The round shape of the facial oval, which becomes even more pronounced in the presence of voluminous lumps.
- Signs of aging and age-related changes, for example, deepening or formation of deep nasolabial folds, omission of the cheeks and the appearance of so-called "bullets", weakening of the facial muscles in the cheek area.
- Carrying out other plastic surgeries, for example, placing implants in the cheekbones, liposuction of the cheeks, contour tightening, the so-called filament lifting. In these situations, the removal of lumps is an additional, but sometimes recommended procedure.
Sometimes Bish's lumps are not completely removed, but only move under the bones of the cheekbones to increase the volume of this zone.
When is the operation contraindicated?
There are the following contraindications to removal:
- Age up to twenty-five. By this period, lumps are actively reduced and become almost imperceptible.
- Unstable body weight. If after removal the weight will increase greatly, then the cheeks may again increase significantly in volume. The operation can be carried out only after the mass is reduced and stabilized.
- Inflammation localized in the areas of the mouth, neck, jaw, face.
- Decompensated diabetes.
- Any disease accompanied by blood clotting disorders.
- Exacerbation of any chronic diseases.
- Acute infections.
- Severe autoimmune systemic diseases.
- Significant excess or, on the contrary, lack of body weight (deviation from the norms by more than 25-30%).
How is it done?
The operation to remove Bisha’s lumps can be done in two different ways:
- The first technique is less traumatic and involves internal access to fat accumulations. With this method, an incision is made in the mucous membranes in the oral cavity no longer than two centimeters long. Then the muscles are stratified, the lumps with the shells are tightened and completely cut off from the adjacent tissues. Next, stitches are applied. The advantages of this technique include the absence of cicatricial marks on the face, as well as a fairly quick and simple recovery period. In some cases, the intervention is performed under local anesthesia, if the patient agrees to such anesthesia and is ready for it.
- The second method involves external access, that is, cuts are made on the face. But such a technique is used extremely rarely and only in cases when, in addition to removing the lumps, other manipulations, such as a lift, are performed. The operation is traumatic and more prolonged, the recovery is complicated by the lengthening of the period of tissue regeneration. In this case, it is advisable to use general anesthesia.
Recovery takes about three to four weeks, and in order for it to pass without complications, several rules should be observed:
- For three weeks you will have to give up any intense physical exertion. But it is especially important not to strain the face, therefore it is not recommended to laugh for a long time and strongly, to talk for a long time, to show mimic activity.
- In the first few days, the person who underwent the operation should consume only liquid food. After about a week you can switch to regular food, but it should be soft and does not require active and prolonged chewing movements.
- During the rehabilitation period, you can not visit open reservoirs, saunas, baths, swimming pools. Also avoid prolonged exposure to water (especially hot) on the cheek area.
- Before healing, it is advisable to sleep in a raised position and only on the back.
- Avoid eating fatty foods, otherwise deposits will begin to form again.
- Follow the rules of oral hygiene: brush your teeth regularly, and rinse your mouth after meals (you can use antiseptic rinses).
- To minimize the risk of infections, the doctor may prescribe a prophylactic antibacterial drug.
The risk of complications is low, especially if the removal was carried out according to the method of internal access. But if an inflammation center was present in the body before the operation, or the pathogenic microorganisms invaded the tissues after the intervention, infection and sepsis may begin. Such consequences are possible in the presence of undetected diseases, damage to the seams due to stress or gross mechanical stress, as well as non-compliance with the rules of hygiene.
If Bish’s lumps interfere with you, then first weigh the pros and cons of the operation to remove them and decide whether you should deprive yourself of individuality. But with obvious defects, the intervention is fully justified.
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