Breast Reduction

BREAST REDUCTION DUBAI. Breast reduction surgery, also known as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure to reduce the size and shape of overly large breasts. Abnormally large breasts can sometimes pose a problem to the individual. Physical discomforts such as neck and back pain and even skin irritations on the breast folds can occur. On top of that, finding the right size of bra can present a challenge. 

During breast reduction surgery, a significant part of the breast tissues and skin are removed, and the remaining skin is reduced and distributed to the required size and shape. Breast reduction surgery also gives a “lifting effect “as the breasts, nipple and areola are lifted to a new position proportional to the body structure of the individual.

When deciding to undergo breast reduction surgery, it is critical to understand that longer downtime is expected. Typically, patients can go back to non-strenuous activities, like walking, after a couple of weeks. Sleeping on the side is recommended for the first two weeks and on the front, at one month after the procedure. However, it will take a month before one can resume regular activities. 

The presence of permanent scars should also be considered. It usually takes months to a year before the scars are almost unnoticeable to the naked eye. Breastfeeding might also be impaired since a part of the breast tissues are removed. It is best to postpone breast reduction surgery if you have certain future plans like childbirth.

Here in Dubai, Breast Reduction is available at London Centre for Aesthetic Surgery located in Dubai Healthcare City.

Drs. Maurizio and Roberto Viel have over 25 years of experience in the field of cosmetic surgery industry and are known for their expertise in cosmetic treatments and surgeries.

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