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Frequently asked questions

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What is breast reduction surgery?

Breast reduction surgery, also known as reduction mammaplasty, is a surgical procedure aimed at reducing the size and reshaping the breasts to achieve a more proportionate and comfortable appearance.

Why do individuals opt for breast reduction surgery?

People choose breast reduction to alleviate physical discomfort such as back, neck, and shoulder pain, improve posture, enhance mobility, and address emotional concerns related to body image and self-esteem.

What happens during a breast reduction procedure?

The surgeon makes incisions, removes excess breast tissue, fat, and skin, reshapes the breasts, repositions the nipples, and sutures the incisions to create a smaller and lifted breast contour.

What are the potential risks and complications associated with breast reduction surgery?

Risks may include infection, scarring, asymmetry, changes in nipple sensation, difficulties with breastfeeding, and allergic reactions to anesthesia. It’s essential to discuss these with the surgeon.

How long does it typically take to recover from breast reduction surgery?

Recovery varies, but most individuals can resume light activities within a week. It may take several weeks to return to normal activities and a few months for swelling and scars to fade.

Are there non-surgical alternatives to breast reduction?

While there are exercises and lifestyle changes that can help manage symptoms, they usually do not provide the same level of reduction achieved through surgical intervention.

Can breast reduction surgery interfere with breastfeeding?

Breast reduction can affect the ability to breastfeed, as some milk ducts and glands are often removed or altered during the procedure. It’s important to discuss this concern with the surgeon.

Does insurance typically cover the cost of breast reduction surgery?

In some cases, health insurance may cover breast reduction if it’s deemed medically necessary to relieve symptoms. Coverage depends on the insurance policy and the specific circumstances.

How long do the results of breast reduction surgery last?

The results of breast reduction are generally long-lasting, but factors like aging, weight fluctuations, and pregnancy can affect breast shape and size over time.

Can breast reduction surgery be combined with other procedures?

Yes, breast reduction can be combined with other procedures such as breast lift or liposuction to achieve optimal results and enhance overall breast aesthetics. The suitability will be assessed during consultation with the surgeon.

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