What is a Breast Reduction?
Breast Reduction is a surgical procedure to reduce, raise and reshape sagging large breasts.
Breast reductions are usually performed under anesthesia in a hospital where you can expect to stay one or two days. It usually takes four to five hours. The procedure involves an anchor-shaped incision following the natural contour of the breast.
Women who have breast reduction surgery are often extremely satisfied. It can make the breasts smaller, firmer, lighter, and more evenly proportioned. It usually relieves the physical discomfort and pain caused by large breasts, without affecting the ability to breast-feed or the sensation.