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Breast Reduction Surgery in Ahmedabad

Breast reduction, also known as “Reduction Mammoplasty”, is for womens with heavy, large pendulous breasts. These patients experiences a lot of medical problems due to the size of the and excessive weight of the breasts resulting in back and neck pain and skin irritation. Unusually large breasts can make a woman or a teenage girl feel extremely self conscious and social discomfort.

This surgery removes fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts, making them smaller, lighter, and firmer. It can also reduce the size of the large areola, the darker skin surrounding the nipple. Surgical goal is to give the woman firm, smaller, better shaped breasts in proportion with her body.

CANDIDATES FOR BREAST REDUCTION

Ideal candidates for Breast Reduction surgery should be in good physical and psychological health.

Breast reduction surgery is mostly performed for physical relief and sometimes for simply cosmetic purposes.

Women with very large, sagging breasts that restrict their daily activities and cause them physical discomfort causing neck and upper back pain.

The best candidates are those who completely understand the procedure and have realistic expectations about the results.

Preparing for Breast Reduction Surgery

The initial consultation with your cosmetic surgeon helps both in understanding about the procedure involved in the surgery. Eventually, a common goal of the outcome can then be established.

Your primary consultation at Alvura will include the following:

  • Your goals, need and reasons from the breast reduction surgery
  • Your health status, ongoing medications and relevant medical history.
  • Your future motherhood plans.
  • Best options available for your breast reduction surgery
  • Explanation of steps involved, what you can expect, potential risks.

You may be asked to get a Lab testing, mammogram( breast x-ray) or breast sonography before the procedure.

Why choose Alvura for Breast Reduction Surgery ?

Dr. Rishiraj is a “Board-Certified Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon” with extensive skill and experience performing Breast reduction surgery. He has performed countless breast reduction surgeries. He possesses a keen eye for aesthetics and the surgical knowledge to achieve excellent results. Dr. Rishiraj and his qualified staff are dedicated to patient safety, privacy, satisfaction, and comfort.

Breast Reduction Procedure

Breast reduction surgery involves the removal of breast tissue, excess areola and skin.

These are the common surgical approaches used in Breast reduction surgery at Alvura:

  • Circular incision pattern or “Doughnut” around the areola
  • Short Scar or “Lollipop” with an incision around the areola and a vertical line.
  • “T” shaped incision or Wise pattern.
  • Liposuction assisted breast reduction.

Breast Reduction is performed on an outpatient basis under general anesthesia. During your consultation at Alvura, a comprehensive evaluation of your breast, breast reduction goals, and medical history will be evaluated before selecting the best appropriate method option for your Breast Reduction.

If fatty tissue is the main factor of your enlarged breasts, then breast liposuction may be performed in combination with your breast reduction surgery.

Recovery phase after Breast Reduction Surgery

After your breast reduction surgery temporary mild swelling and bruising is to be expected, and oral pain medication will be provided to reduce any discomfort.

We advise our patients to take one week off from work, and to restrict from all physical activity for at least one month following surgery, in order to give your body enough time to heal and recover. Compression bra will be provided and should be worn for up to 1 month after surgery.

You will be given specific instructions for the recovery phase:

  • medications to apply on skin or take orally to help healing and reduce the risk of infection.
  • how to take care for your breasts after breast reduction surgery.
  • when to follow up with your cosmetic plastic surgeon at Alvura.

Anesthesia for Breast Reduction Surgery

Breast reduction surgery is always performed under general anesthesia. You’ll be asleep throughout the entire operation.

Privacy and confidentiality

We at Alvura follow highest standards of privacy and confidentiality ensuring additional comfort for our patients. For your privacy, we maintain a strict non-disclosure policy.

Disclaimer

Please note that results largely depend on how realistic your expectations are. The results may vary from person to person. No two people will have the same results despite the similar procedure.

Cost of Breast Reduction Surgery

At ALVURA, we are dedicated in providing you the best results possible while centering around philosophy of integrity and safety. Our primary focus is ensuring that every patient feels comfortable and confident. We offer you most affordable and cost effective procedures with latest technology. To know the cost of the Breast Reduction Surgery, kindly request a consultation. We will be there to offer you full explanations regarding your queries.

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Breast Reduction Surgery FAQ’S

Breast Reduction Surgery is carried out in a hospital setting under General anesthesia. It’s an outpatient procedure if comfortable you can go home in the evening or may be you need to stay overnight.

The final result of breast size and shape are reached after a "settling time" of about 12 weeks.

The results of breast reduction surgery will be long-lasting.

Over time your breasts may change due to aging, weight fluctuations, hormonal factors and gravity.

Most patients can return to their normal schedules within the first week. However, you should restrict from strenuous exercise for at least four weeks, at which point you can slowly resume these activities. After six weeks, all activities can usually be resumed.

Yes. Alvura will provide postoperative clothing specific to your procedure, and size. We will instruct you in the proper way and duration to wear it. Don’t hesitate to ask your Dr. if you have any queries.