Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery is a procedure that involves reducing the size of the breasts and reshaping them to be more proportionate to the rest of the body. It is often performed to alleviate physical discomfort or problems caused by large breasts, such as neck and back pain, skin irritation, and difficulty finding clothes that fit properly. The surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia, which means the patient will be asleep during the procedure. During the surgery, the surgeon will make incisions around the areola and down the front of the breast, remove excess tissue and fat, and reposition the nipple and areola if necessary.


Is breast reduction surgery right for me?
The best way to determine if breast reduction surgery is right for you is to consult with a qualified plastic surgeon. They can evaluate your specific case and discuss your goals and concerns with you.

How long does the surgery take?
The length of the surgery can vary depending on the extent of the reduction and the specific technique used. In general, breast reduction surgery can take several hours.

How long will the recovery process take?
The recovery process after breast reduction surgery can take several weeks. You will need to take time off work and avoid strenuous activities during this time. It is important to follow your surgeon's instructions for care after the surgery to ensure proper healing.

Will I have scars after the surgery?
Breast reduction surgery typically involves making incisions around the areola and down the front of the breast. While these incisions are usually hidden in the natural folds of the skin, they will leave scars. The size and appearance of the scars will depend on the extent of the surgery and the individual's healing process.

Will I be able to breastfeed after the surgery?
Breast reduction surgery can affect a woman's ability to breastfeed. However, it is possible to breastfeed after the surgery if the milk ducts and nipples are not damaged during the procedure. It is important to discuss your breastfeeding goals with your plastic surgeon before the surgery.

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