Breast Reduction

Women with enlarged breasts sometimes experience pain in their back, shoulders, neck and bra-strap line. In addition, they get rashes and have difficulty finding comfortable fitting bras. This leads to a feeling of self-consciousness or helplessness. How do we address this? Breast Reduction is a safe plastic surgery procedure to alleviate pain and discomfort from enlarged breasts while restoring a youthful, shapely look.


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How is Breast Reduction surgery performed?

Breast Reduction surgery is tailored to meet each women’s specific needs. How the surgery is performed depends mainly on two things: 1) the size and shape of the breasts at the time of surgery, and 2) the desired change in volume (or size). Resulting scars are minimal – typically a “lollipop scar” around the nipple and straight down to a version of the “anchor” where part of the scar is neatly hidden in the bra-line. In many cases, Liposuction helps smoothen transitions and improve the overall result.


Is Breast Reduction right for me?

If your breasts weigh you down, literally making it hard to find bras that fit, Breast Reduction might be the solution for you. It’s important to note that this operation does not treat back pain from other causes. However, it helps when women have deep grooves in their shoulders from the bra holding up heavy breasts all day long.

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How much does a Breast Reduction cost?

This is one of the most common questions we hear from women interested in a Breast Reduction procedure. Take our Plastic Surgery Cost Calculator for a spin to see the ballpark cost for a Breast Reduction and other plastic surgery procedures. You’ll find average costs and ranges to help you plan for your consultation.


What is the recovery like after Breast Reduction surgery?

Recovery after this plastic surgery procedure is typically straightforward. You could expect 2 weeks of light activity followed by a steady increase in activity. It might take a few weeks before the swelling subsides and you return to your normal routine. The lightness most women feel as a result of this operation is incredible. It often leads to hugs and tears of joy as early as the first visit after surgery. Check out the Plastic Surgery Recovery Calculator to learn more about Breast Reduction surgery recovery.


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