Breast Reduction

Too much of a good thing
Excessively large breasts often are more than just a cosmetic problem, and a breast reduction not only gives patients a smaller, more proportionate breast but also a new lease on life.

Breast reduction surgery removes excess fat, glandular tissue and skin, the nipples are reduced and elevated to a better position, and the breast is reshaped. Low-scar operative methods are used to keep the scars, which run around the areola and vertically towards the fold of the breast, as small as possible. The surgery does not affect feeling in the breast or the ability to breastfeed. You can leave the clinic after two days and can expect full recovery in two to three weeks. A supporting bra must be worn for five to six weeks.

The checklist contains detailed information on treatment procedures and costs.