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Although breast reduction surgeries may seem like cosmetic procedures for people's aesthetic concerns, they are reconstructive surgeries. Because of their size, sagging breasts can cause neck and back pain and a hump in women. Using tight bras to tighten and lift the breasts can cause numbness and shortness of breath by putting pressure on the chest and arm nerves. When the chest and skin rub against each other, rashes and skin sores can occur. All of these are factors that cause social and psychological problems that limit a person's physical activities. 

With breast reduction surgery, many of the person's problems are eliminated and social life, by giving the breast a natural appearance, becomes easier. 

Who is suitable for breast reduction surgery?

Many people want to undergo breast reduction due to aesthetic concerns or reconstructive problems. In such cases, the following people are suitable for breast reduction:

  • People with large and sagging breasts can obtain an aesthetic breast appearance with this surgery.
  • Women with completed breast development have the suitable profile for surgery.
  • Women who do not have dangerous mass in the breast area can be operated.
  • Men with female breast tissue development can have a more restrained breast shape with breast reduction.
  • The patient must be over 18 years of age.
  • Individuals who do not trigger health problems or complications during or after surgery may be included in the surgery.

What should be considered after breast reduction?

Breast surgery for aesthetic purposes is an important factor that also fulfils the patient's self-confidence. The general assessment of what to consider after breast reduction is as follows:

  • Arm pain may occur about 5 days after surgery.
  • Patients should rest for the first week without making sudden and heavy movements and without getting tired.
  • Alcohol and smoking should not be consumed for 10 days after surgery.
  • Driving a car should be avoided for the first 2 weeks.
  • Patients should sleep in supine position.
  • To start sports, 1 month should be waited.
  • After complications, the doctor should be contacted directly. 
  • After breast reduction, the medication recommended by the doctor should be followed.

What are the prices for breast reduction?

People with large breasts may experience irritating factors such as diaper dermatitis under the breasts. In such cases, breast reduction surgery is performed. The factors that affect breast reduction surgery price quotes are as follows:

  •  A clear price for breast reduction surgery cannot be given. The pricing is done on an individual basis. 
  • By analysing the person's needs, the cost is revealed after the surgery planning.
  • The pricing process is done depending on many factors such as the method of surgery, the type of equipment technology used in the procedure, hospital conditions, team personnel to be involved in the surgery.

Will there be scars after breast reduction?

Postoperative scars can be scary for patients. However, surgeries performed with developing technology result in minimal scars. Here are some things to know about scars that occur during breast reduction:

  • As surgical procedures are used during surgery, scarring is also monitored.
  • During the first two months, scars may be noticeable and red. 
  • After 6 to 12 months, a significant reduction in surgical scars is observed.
  • In some patients, the scarring may become an invisible line.

What are the preferred methods for breast reduction?

Breast reductions are performed under the supervision of specialists. The surgical methods of breast reduction, the risk rate of which is minimized with the developing technology, are as follows:

  • If the hanging nipple needs to be lifted during breast reduction, an incision is made in that direction.
  • The scars change depending on how the nipple is worn during surgery.
  • The Lejour breast reduction method, also known as the mushroom, I or vertical method, may be preferred for patients whose breast tissue is not excessive. This technique produces negative results in extremely large breasts.
  • Surgical methods with inverted T-scars can be used for people with breast sizes larger than 33 cm.
  • The graft technique is preferred for breast reduction surgery in patients with extremely large breasts and older patients.