Breast Reduction Surgery

Breast Reduction

Information: A breast reduction involves the removal of excess fat, skin, and tissue, which usually results in the nipple and areola being shifted to a higher position. If the areola has been stretched due to the size of the breast, it may also be reduced. Not only does this surgery result in a smaller, perkier bust, it can also help eliminate the back, shoulder, and neck pain that’s often caused by large breasts.

Treatment Plan:

  • 1st Day- Arrival
  • 2nd Day- Consultation, exam, and tests
  • 3rd Day- Operation and Hospital Stay
  • 4th Day- Follow-up check and Hospital Discharge
  • 5th Day- Free
  • 6th Day- Follow-up Check
  • 7th Day- Free
  • 8th Day- Follow-up Check and Return

Total Stay: Min. 7 Days, ideal 7 to 10 days

Recovery Process:

  • First stage recovery-1st week to 1st month
  • Second stage recovery-1st month to 3rd month
  • Full recovery-3rd month to 12th month

Start to work / daily routine: One week after the surgery

Treatment Package:

Cost Inclusive:

  • Consultation, exam, and tests
  • Operation
  • Anaesthesia
  • Surgical equipment, garment, supportive bra
  • Hospital Stay
  • Hotel Accommodation (Single, Bed&Breakfast)
  • Follow-up checks, dressings
  • Airport-Hotel-Hospital Transfers

How Does the Process Work?

  1. Contact
  2. Initial Assessment
  3. Questions & Answers
  4. Confirmation
  5. Flight Booking
  6. Arrival and Airport Pick-up
  7. Hotel Check-in
  8. Consultation, exam, and tests
  9. Operation and Hospital Stay
  10. Follow-up checks
  11. Free time activities & holiday
  12. Return & Aftercare

Breast Reduction Surgery

Although it is performed by plastic surgeons to correct the appearance of larger than normal size breasts; it is a reconstructive surgery performed to solve the problems caused by big breasts such as back pain, standing disorder, headache, shoulder pain, difficulty in inhalation, collapse in the shoulder region due to bra straps, hygiene problems under the breast (such as rash or fungal infections).

After drawing the place of new breasts according to the patient's height and breast weight, excess breast tissue and excess skin are removed under general anaesthesia. The surgery lasts 2-4 hours on average. The patient can experience pain in the first days with arm movements, but it is temporary. After surgery, swelling, numbness on the areola, bruising on the breast can be experienced and these are temporary. In the surgery, dissolvable sutures are usually used. Plastic surgeons explain that the patients can return to their work within 1-2 weeks depending on the volume of patients; breasts.

Breast Reduction Surgery Incision Types

Breast Reduction Surgery Incision

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