Breast Reduction

Breast Aesthetics

You can still breastfeed after this aesthetic breast surgery. Breast reduction is designed to reduce the size and correct the shape of the breast.

There are several techniques for this aesthetic surgery, find here the most popular ones:

“Lolipop” – If you want to reduce small breasts, a circular incision is made around the areola of the nipple and a vertical incision – from the nipple to the fold under the breast. This is a relatively low-traumatic technique for breast reduction surgery, however, it allows you to remove no more than 500 cm3 of tissue and is suitable for medium-sized breasts.

T-shaped incision – If more tissue is to be removed, an anchor-shaped incision is made – it goes around the areola, goes down to the fold and passes under the breast. This is a more traumatic operation, but it allows you to get excellent results with a reduction of very large breasts.

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FAQ!

Who is suitable for breast reduction?

Any woman who suffers from the size of her breasts is suitable for breast reduction. Breasts that are too large can cause both psychological and physical discomfort. Often, women experience back and neck pain or postural problems.

By how much can my breast be reduced?

The extent of the breast reduction will be determined by your attending physician together with you. Depending on your body type and initial weight, between 200 and 1500 grams per side can be removed.

Can men get a breast reduction?

Yes, men can also have breast reduction surgery. The medical term for this is gynecomastia. It appears just after birth, during puberty or at an older age. It is not a dangerous condition, but many men find the overly large breast disturbing and suffer psychologically from it

What are the surgical techniques for breast reduction?

A differentiation is made between the vertical technique, where the incision goes around the areola and additionally vertically downwards from the nipple to the breast crease. This technique is also called the lollipop or keyhole incision. With the inverted T, the incision runs in the crease of the breast and extends vertically upward to the areola. These technics are mostly used for breast reductions.

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