Breast reduction guide


This guide goes into detail regarding:

Indications for the procedure

Selecting the right surgeon for you

Red flags to look out for along your journey

Important details to note before, during and after your surgery

Ensuring a smooth surgery day and recovery afterwards

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Breast reduction surgery is often more of a reconstructive or corrective procedure than an aesthetic procedure, though the tenets of aesthetic surgery must be adhered to. The goal is to reduce the size of the breasts, achieve as close to symmetry as possible, and reshape them so that they are proportionate to the rest of your body and are no longer a source of physical discomfort (shoulder, neck, back discomfort, rashes etc). The goal is to relieve discomfort and achieve improved cosmesis.

Tens of thousands of these procedures are performed annually strictly for aesthetic reasons only, and several more are performed for symptoms. The approaches and tenets remain the same. Certain insurance companies do require a minimum “reduction weight” per breast for coverage, which may determine patient cost, but the goals remain symptom alleviation and improved aesthetics only.