The breast reduction procedure involves the removal of both excess skin and fat from the breasts, which are then reshaped and the nipple / areola complex repositioned to form smaller, more naturally shaped breasts.
A woman’s breast size is determined by several factors. These include:
Overly large breasts not only become an issue at various life stages, but can cause certain issues too. These include:
As a result, people may look to reduce these problems through breast reduction surgery (also known as reduction mammoplasty).
You’ll be left with smaller, more manageable and more attractive breasts.
It is generally advised that most women will not be able to breastfeed following a Breast Reduction. However, when techniques are used that preserve the connections between the milk ducts and the nipple, breast-feeding may become possible.