Breast Reduction, also known as mammoplasty, is a procedure that will reduce the size and weight of a woman’s breasts in order to make more lifted and contoured shape.
An extra large bust size can cause real discomfort, with back and shoulder pain being very common side-effects. Large breasts can also be embarrassing, distressing and cause confidence issues, as well as making clothing choices difficult at times, therefore this procedure not only results in patients feeling a lot better physically, but also emotionally.
The surgery last about tree hours under a general anaesthetic. The common method involves three incisions, first is around the areola, second from areola down to the breast crease, and the third following the natural curve under the breast.
Permanent results which gives you a new breast size and giving an uplifted breast new form. Minor scars are normal side effect of breast reduction surgery. These scars will fade over time but will never completely disappear.
Breast reduction recovery
After breast reduction surgery, you should expect to feel tired and to feel some pain, Your surgeon will give you an oral painkiller to ease you through the first few days after surgery. You should also avoid heavy lifting.
Recovery time may take up to 3 to 4 weeks depending on personal health condition.