If you are interested in Breast Reduction in the Austin area, choose Dr. Haydon for the most amazing results. With his extensive knowledge and expertise on this procedure and many others, he will help you with every step of the way, from the initial consultation to the after-care. Dr. Haydon prides himself on delivering the best results using the most advanced plastic surgery procedures in Austin and he is ready to help you with your Breast Reduction today.
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About Breast Reduction
Removes fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts, making them smaller, lighter, and firmer. Breast reduction can also reduce the size of the areola – the darker skin surrounding the nipple. The goal of this procedure is to give the patient smaller breasts that are more in proportion with the rest of her body. Breast reduction is usually performed for physical relief versus cosmetic improvement. Please visit our photo gallery for before and after breast reduction photos.
2 to 4 hours.
Possible bleeding, infection or reaction to the anesthesia. Some patients develop small sores around the nipples after the procedure, but they can be treated with antibiotic creams.
It may take 6 months to a year for breasts to settle into their new shape, but swelling and bruising will disappear in the first few weeks. The breasts may ache for a couple of weeks, and the patient should avoid lifting or pushing anything heavy for 3 to 4 weeks. Back to work (if not too strenuous) and social activities: about 2 weeks.
Noticeable, permanent scars (poor healing and wider scars are more common among smokers) are possible; also, slightly mismatched breasts, unevenly positioned nipples, and possible loss of feeling in nipples or breasts. Since breast reduction surgery removes most of the milk ducts leading to the nipples, future breast-feeding may not be possible.
Permanent, sensitive to hormonal shifts, weight changes, and pregnancy.