Breast reduction

Breast reduction

Breast reduction surgery, also known as Mammoplasty, is designed to reduce the size and reshape large, heavy breasts that affect the patient's quality of life. During surgery, excess breast tissue is removed, the nipple is repositioned, and the breast contour is reshaped to achieve a more proportionate size and shape that balances the patient's body.

Who is a good candidate?

A good candidate for Breast reduction is a patient with huge and heavy breasts that cause physical and emotional discomfort. Women with health problems related to breast size, such as back, neck, or shoulder pain and skin irritation under the breasts.

Recovery process

During recovery, a special support bra will be necessary to help minimize swelling and provide support. It is normal to experience breast discomfort and tenderness for the first few days, which can be controlled with prescribed medication. High-impact physical activity should be avoided, and postoperative instructions should be followed.


Moderate sedation.


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Frequently Asked Questions

01. Will the surgery leave visible scars?
The incisions will be made strategically to be as discreet as possible. Over time, the scars tend to fade, which will make them less visible.
02. How will Breast reduction affect my ability to breastfeed?
Breast reduction may affect your ability to breastfeed. While most women can breastfeed after surgery, others may experience difficulty or inability to breastfeed.


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