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Breast Reduction (Mammoplasty)

Both Men and Women with large breasts can suffer from many medical problems such as back pain, problems breathing, and poor posture. Large breasts can lead to these issues as well as unwanted attention which can make you feel unhappy about your body image. Breast reduction or mammoplasty is the perfect fit for women and men who have large breasts and are looking to reduce their breasts size.

Interested in learning more about breast reduction? Schedule a consultation today with a BLUE expert advocate.

Considerations

Breast reductions are well suited for individuals who are experiencing medical problems, poor body image or self-esteem, discomfort, and overall frustration because of their large breasts. Women cannot be breastfeeding or pregnant during their breast reduction procedure. By having the breast reduction procedure, you can regain the self-image and confidence you’ve been hoping for.

Detailed Procedural Info

Breast reductions remove fatty and gland tissue, to reshape the breasts to better fit the patient’s body portions. This procedure does require general anesthesia and takes around two to four hours to complete. Breast reductions have many different types of incisions that the doctor may utilize to complete this procedure. The doctor will discuss the approach that will best fit your needs and help you reach your desired outcome.

What to Expect

It’s important to have realistic expectations with this procedure. During your consultation, our expert advocates will get to know your desired outcome with your breast reduction, as well as any concerns you might have. Then you’ll discuss this consultation with your doctor and they will review realistic expectations and outcomes based on your body.

You can expect some swelling, soreness, and bruising for several days after the procedure. A surgical bra will help you heal on the second day. Arduous exercise and activities should be limited for four weeks following your breast reduction procedure. After two to three weeks stitches will be removed from incision sites, and the patient can return to work and normal activities.

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