Big is good.
Well, not all the time.
Asymmetrical, large breasts can cause discomfort and may up your risks for some health concerns.
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What exactly is
Reduction Mammoplasty, commonly known as breast reduction, is a surgical procedure to remove excess fat, skin, and other breast tissue around the breasts to make it proportionate to the patient’s body.
The reason for this is called macromastia, a condition where breasts become overly enlarged that exceeds normal body proportions.
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Am I a good candidate for breast reduction surgery?
Breast Reduction Melbourne clients who want to have breast reduction have had enough of the problems and restrictions brought about by macromastia. Generally, everyone is entitled to undergo breast reduction, provided that they are physically healthy and medically cleared from any cardiovascular or pulmonary conditions that may affect the surgery. Realistic expectations of the results should be made even before pushing through with the procedure.
Like any other surgery procedure, lifestyle changes such as smoking cessation and prohibition of medicinal or illegal drug use should also be implemented.
Breast Reduction Melbourne is more than willing to guide you on how to be a good candidate for getting breast reduction surgery. Contact us now!
How much would breast reduction cost?
In any medical or surgical procedure, the cost will always be an important consideration. Breast reduction in Melbourne can cost you with a rough estimate of $6000 to $8000 (AUD). Expenses incurred for a procedure vary and would depend on a lot of factors including the medical/diagnostic tests, surgeons’ and anesthetist’s fees, hospital fees, medications prescribed. You can consult with our Breast Reduction Melbourne Specialist Plastic Surgeons to discuss our treatment package and payment packages. Contact Breast Reduction Melbourne for more details and to book an appointment.
Why get breast reduction?
Where breast augmentation is to improve the size and shape of the breasts using breast implants, breast reduction cuts down the size of overly large breasts when it affects a person’s quality of life. Most patients turn to breast reduction to alleviate pain in their back and neck brought about by the excess weight of their breasts. Some other complaints clients have that made them consider breast reduction surgery include:
Shoulder pain from tight bra straps
Worsening of spine problems
Poor posture developed due to heavy, large breasts
Nerve impingement that causes tingling sensation on arms or hands, sometimes even numbness.
Skin irritation or rashes under the breasts
Activity limitations and restrictions
Awkward attention focused on the size of one’s breasts
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Risks of Breast Reduction
The following are just some of the risks and complications a breast reduction patient should put into consideration:
- Prolonged Bleeding
- Bruising or presence of blood clots
- Difficulty of Breathing
- Problems or Difficulty breastfeeding
- Loss of sensation on breasts
- Allergic reaction to medications/anaesthesia
- Visible scarring/ keloid formation
Clear communication with the expert Breast Reduction Melbourne surgeon and full understanding of the procedure and its risks are some of the best solutions to avoid these situations. You must be assured that your overall safety and comfort will not be compromised at Breast Reduction Melbourne.
Kinds of Breast Reduction Surgery Approach
Inverted T Breast Reduction: Also called the ‘Anchor’ approach because the incisions for this approach resemble that of an anchor. Incisions are made along the edge of the areola, from the bottom of the areola down to the breast fold, and along the crease of the breast fold or underboob.
Liposuction: Some Melbourne patients who need minimal reduction on the size of their breasts sometimes turn to liposuction to facilitate breast reduction. It is less invasive and needs shorter recovery time.
Contact our Breast Reduction Melbourne clinic and know more details about these breast reduction approaches.
Preparation for the procedure
Medicines that you are currently taking should be reported to your surgeon to be sure that none of them may affect the surgery. Your doctor may adjust your dosage or may ask you to stop taking these medications if it would impede your breast reduction surgery.
If you are smoking, you will be strongly advised to stop before, during, and after the whole surgery process. The chemicals found in cigarettes and other smoking products slow down the body’s healing process that may cause a greater risk for infection.
Your Breast Reduction Melbourne plastic surgeon will examine and measure your breasts, its size, shape, and placement of nipple and areola, and other important points that would be needed for the surgery including your skin quality.
Pictures of your breasts will be taken and will be part of your medical record.
Your Breast Reduction Melbourne plastic surgeon will then discuss options you may take to address your problem. They may also recommend a treatment course that would be most suitable for your condition. The risks, potential complications, and the expected outcome of the surgery will also be discussed in full detail to ensure clear understanding before pushing through with the procedure.
What happens during the surgery?
What to expect after the Procedure
Continue wearing the bandages and compression bra that were used around your breasts. The drainage tubes inserted to your breasts may be removed in a few days.
Pain, swelling, and bruising around your breasts are normal within a few days. These symptoms will be addressed with prescribed medications. Rest and a healthy diet also facilitate good healing and recovery time.
Follow up consultations with your Breast Reduction Melbourne plastic surgeon are essential to monitor how your surgery went. Any complications that could arise will easily be addressed with constant follow-up.
Return to work, daily activities, and exercise should all be approved by the Breast Reduction Melbourne surgeon. Special exercises and sometimes massages may be beneficial to you and will be prescribed by your doctor.