Breast reduction aims to achieve a breast size in proportion with your body. The surgery may be performed to relieve the discomfort associated with overly large breasts. This procedure is also called reduction mammoplasty. Overly large breasts can cause some women both health and emotional problems.


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The size of women’s breasts maybe influenced by simply their genetic make-up, body size or by hormonal factors. Some women develop breasts that are larger and disproportionate to their body size and habitus. Some women learn to live with these but for others the clinical and psychological burdens maybe just too much to put up with.

The over-sized breasts may be too heavy and therefore produce unnecessary stress to these patients. In some patients the weight of the breasts maybe so much that it leaves marks on the shoulders under the bra straps. Patients may also complain of back, neck and shoulder pains.
The oversize breast may also lead to rashes under the breasts. Some patients may complain of the breasts getting in the way during their routine daily activities.

The over-size breasts may also cause psychological problems to patients. This may lead come women to lose self-confidence around their work place, at home and amongst friends. In addition to this, some women become over-conscious of their breasts and may develop a perception of other people staring at them in an inappropriate manner.

A common complaint from women is that they cannot get the fashionable clothing to fit or may refuse to participate in sporting events. Some women suffer in silence and never seek help. But this is treatable!Breast reduction is a surgical procedure which can be done to reduce the size, volume and shape of the breasts. This achieved by excising skin and breast tissues in a controlled manner so as 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 final 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 which extends around the areolar (the colored skin around the nipple) with an inverted T-shaped scar below.

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 are able to breast feed following breast reduction surgery, but some patients may not because of scarring around the tissues within the breast.

For the safety of our patients, our surgical procedures are performed in a CQC registered hospital. At the time of your consultation and the surgeon will be more than happy to answer questions.