Breast Reduction – a better way of life.
One of the most commonly requested and most predictable plastic surgery procedures is Breast Reduction Surgery…
Figures from the States (American Society of Plastic Surgeons) indicate a 70% increase in cases performed over the last 10 years.
Why? Because this operation improves your quality of life. Every hour, every day for the rest of your life!
Heavy breasts can disrupt body parts and body systems including neck pain, back pain and shoulder pain, headaches, poor posture and obesity due to the inability to exercise.
Can weight loss help? It has been shown repeatedly that weight loss is not an effective treatment for symptoms of large and heavy breasts. It is all about gravity. A large breast becomes progressively longer (saggy) due to the effects of gravity and this causes strain on the back, the neck and contributes to poor posture.
An important part of breast reduction surgery is lifting the breast. This greatly relieves the strain across the shoulders and lower neck.
Patient satisfaction after breast reduction surgery is very high. Numerous medical studies have documented these benefits including pain relief, reduced headaches, better sleep quality and dramatically improved posture and fitness.
Dr Jane performs Breast Reduction surgery under a full and safe general anaesthetic, and you will most likely need to stay in hospital overnight. Dr Jane utilizes the scar minimizing technique, which results in a scar around the areolar and down to the breast crease. There is no scar along the bottom of the breast.
During your confidential, one-on-one consultation with Dr Jane, you will discuss operation techniques, risks and complications, and recovery time frames. You will leave Dr Jane’s office with a folder containing step by step information on how the surgery is performed as well as financial quotes and available surgery dates.
Having breast reduction surgery is a big, positive step forward in life. Following surgery many patients say –
“It’s the best thing I have ever done.”
“I wish I had this operation years ago”