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Breast Reduction

Having problems with large, heavy breasts?

While many women wish for bigger breasts, those with large chests can suffer in several ways, with problems such as:
• Neck and back pain due to the weight of large breasts.
• Restrictions on physical activity because of breast soreness.
• Rashes or fungal infections under the skin.
• Difficulty finding strappy dresses, bikinis and bras with appropriate support.
• Feelings of self-consciousness about people staring at their breasts.

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Issues like these can be addressed with a surgical procedure to reduce the size of breasts. For instance, back and neck pain will disappear almost overnight, and many women find they are more confident in what they wear. A reduction of even a couple of cup sizes can give a more proportionate look, as well as ease discomfort when exercising.

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Benefits of Breast Reduction Surgery

Breast reduction surgery – also called reduction mammaplasty – eliminates excess glandular fat, skin and other tissue from breasts. It’s done to create a more proportional chest size and alleviate the problems associated with oversized breasts (macromastia).

Although breast reduction is often aimed at resolving medical problems, many women unhappy with their large chests opt for breast reduction as a cosmetic procedure to end issues such as wardrobe concerns and social stigma.

Making large breasts smaller is like having a weight lifted off your chest – literally and figuratively. Breast reduction surgery can:
• Relieve pain in your shoulders, upper back and neck.
• Enhance your self-image.
• Improve your ability to take part in physical activities.
• Stop chest rashes.
• Give you more clothing options.

Results of breast reduction surgery are typically long-lasting, and patient satisfaction levels are high. Many women who have the procedure later in life say their only regret is that they didn’t do it sooner.

Although you’ll see results immediately after breast reduction, bear in mind it can take months for swelling to subside completely and for the surgical scars to diminish. The final result is usually permanent, but shape and size of the breasts may change through factors such as weight gain or loss and ageing.

The Breast Reduction Procedure

Breast reduction surgery is generally performed with general anaesthesia. Techniques can vary, but typically entail:

• Making an incision around the areola (the dark patch around the nipple) and down each breast.
• Removing excess tissue, fat and skin.
• Reshaping the breast.

The nipple and areola are generally left in place during the procedure but in cases of very large breasts may need to be removed and then reattached with a skin graft in a higher position.

Plastic surgeons aim for symmetry between the breasts, but some variation in shape and size could happen, and the size of the areola might be reduced. Incision scars should fade over time but will never disappear.

After Breast Reduction Surgery

Immediately after surgery, your breasts will be covered with a dressing and a tube may be used to drain any excess fluid. Your breasts will likely be sore and might be bruised and swollen. Medication can help you manage pain, and antibiotics will lessen the risk of infection.

You’ll need to restrict physical activity for two to four weeks while your breasts heal, and it may be advisable not to wear an underwired bra for a few months. If you didn’t get sutures that dissolve, you’ll need a follow-up appointment to remove your stitches.

Looking for the Best Breast Reduction Surgeons?

If you’ve been searching for the best breast reduction surgeons in Sydney, you’ve probably come across the name of Dr Mark Kohout already. That’s because he has more than two decades of experience as a Sydney plastic surgeon who specialises in aesthetic breast treatments.

What else makes Dr Kohout one of the best breast reduction surgeons? He’s committed to high standards of patient care and support, which he achieves with a friendly, understanding manner that immediately puts his patients at ease.

This is demonstrated by the way he carries out comprehensive consultations to ensure his patients are given all the information, guidance and advice they need. Understanding that each patient is different, Dr. Kohout will address your individual concerns to tailor your treatment plan to your unique personality and aesthetic goals.

With Dr Kohout, breast reduction becomes an art as well as a science, and he keeps up to speed with advances in cosmetic breast surgery techniques.
D Kohout is a member of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons (RACS) and the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). He has published several papers and is in demand for guest TV appearances because of his plastic surgery expertise.

Contact us to discover more about how one of the best plastic surgeons for breast lifts can help to transform your life.