Breast Reduction

If you feel like your breasts are simply too big and that as time goes by they affect your daily life by causing you neck or back pain and other physical symptoms, this surgery is just what you need: it will improve their size and form and make you feel lighter and more confident.

From 2 to 4 hours
From 6 to 8 weeks

Why this procedure?

Sometimes, a woman’s breasts can be so big, they make it impossible for her to wear specific styles of clothing, which can be very frustrating. Also, it may cause her health problems on her neck, shoulders and back. In addition to all of this, very big breasts can be a cause of self-consciousness and low self-esteem. Through our breast reduction procedure, not only will we give your breasts a size that is in total balance and harmony with your body, we’ll also help eliminate any health problem related with big breasts as well as boost your confidence and make you feel great about yourself. Now you’ll have a hard time choosing what to wear!

What happens during a breast reduction?

During the breast reduction surgery, our surgeons remove excess breast tissue, fat, and skin and move the areola and nipple to a higher position. The remaining breast tissue and skin is then reshaped and closed with dissolvable sutures. If needed, the areolas can also be reduced to get even better results.

The specific technique used by our surgeons is the Inverted T or Anchor technique, which consists of three incisions: one around the edge of the areola, another one from the areola to the breast crease in vertical formation and a last one along the crease under the breast. This technique is known to be very successful in eliminating sagginess and providing symmetry.

  • Long-lasting results.
  • Will relieve any muscle pain caused by breasts that are too big.
  • Creates a more proportionate body figure.
  • Boosts self-esteem and confidence.

Our initial cost includes:

  • Surgical fees
  • Hospitalization expenses
  • Anesthesia and Anesthesiologist
  • Preoperative Analysis: Laboratory tests and EKG- Cardiologist Evaluation- (the EKG is perform in patients that are 40 years old and older)
  • Medical Care (Nurses)
  • Three months of free consultations and follow up visits after surgery

The following are considered extra expenses:

  • Special compression garment (if applicable)
  • Medication (antibiotics and analgesic treatment)
  • Overnight stay in Clinic or Hotel (if applicable)

Women who:

  • Are in good health.
  • Are unhappy with their breast size because they feel it is too big.
  • Suffer from pain on the neck, shoulders, lower or upper back due to the size of their breasts.
  • Have difficulty exercising and wearing certain clothes due to the size of their breasts

These testimonials are meant to be a showcase of some of our surgeries’ results. However, each patient’s experience and results are different and will depend on many aspects, such as: skin elasticity, age, initial condition, among others.

This recovery process also requires you to wear a special surgical bra for as long as your doctor recommends. This will help protect the area and minimize the swelling. Some discomfort, pain and bruising  may appear, but the medication prescribed by your surgeon will help you control it.

To guarantee a better care and faster recovery process, avoid lifting heavy objects for six weeks after the surgery.

Don’t forget to follow your surgeon’s instructions and to attend every one of your appointments. We need to work as a team to achieve the ultimate results.

It is important to note that recovery specifications may vary depending on the procedure and the patient; our medical staff will walk you through the details of your recovery process.

When can I resume my normal activities?

You’ll be able to return to your normal activities 2 to 7 days after the surgery.

Can I get a tan?

It is very important to avoid long sun exposure for a considerable amount of time after the surgery to prevent pigmentation on the scars. Depending on the procedure, your surgeon will tell you exactly for how long you must avoid this.

Should I consider a specific time of the year to do my procedure?

Depending on the chosen procedure, some recoveries do better on winter, while others do better on the summer time. Ask your surgeon for the option that better suits your case. You should also consider periods of time in which you’ll have time to relax, like the holidays, for example.


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