What is Breast Reduction?

Breast reduction is a surgical procedure which can be done to reduce the size, volume and improve the shape of the breasts.



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What is Breast Reduction?

This achieved by excising skin and breast tissues in a controlled manner to preserve the blood supply to the breasts. There are several techniques which have described and used to achieve this. No one technique is suitable for every patient. The choice of technique depends on the size, volume and shape of the breasts and individually considered factors. The technique which is likely to produce the best result for you will be chosen.

The breasts are reduced in proportion to the size of your chest. The result will be a size that is proportional to your chest size with optimal breast projection. There is room to make them smaller or larger if you so desire.

Generally, you will be left with a scar around the areolar with an inverted T-shaped anchor scar below.

Who will benefit from breast reduction surgery?

You are a suitable candidate if you are bothered by feeling that your breasts are too large, have breasts that limit your physical activity. Or you experience back, neck and shoulder pain caused by the weight of your breasts, have shoulder indentations from bra straps and have skin irritation beneath the breast crease.

The cost of an Breast Reduction

Price starting from

Breast Reduction Mammoplasty Bilateral From £7,500
Areola Reduction Bilateral (Nipple) From £4,000

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Pricing may vary depending on the consultation with our Surgeon and may vary depending on the body type and individual requirement.

Breast Reduction Surgeons

Our team will consult you on multiple occasions prior to your surgery or treatment. They will also check on your recovery progress following your surgery in the follow-up consultations to ensure we achieve optimum results.

Generally, you will be left with a scar which extends around the areolar with an inverted T-shaped scar below.

Generally, yes! Most patients can breast feed following breast reduction surgery, but some patients may not because of scarring around the tissues within the breast.

Your breast size will be significantly reduced immediately after surgery, but it can take six months to a year before all swelling subsides and you can see your final results.

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