Having breasts that are larger than normal can cause many negative effects, from physical complaints such as back and shoulder pain to the social life of the person and the choice of outfits. It is possible to bring larger-than-normal breasts to normal sizes with breast reduction surgery.
Physical complaints that benefit from breast reduction surgery: Shoulder pain, neck, and back pain, breast aches and pains, bra strap marks and pain in the strap areas, skin problems such as irritation caused by large breasts, eczema, and bad odors.
Psychological complaints that benefit from breast reduction surgery: Shyness that can be seen in some women due to large breasts, not being physically attractive, reluctance to do sports and exercise, and decrease in sexual desire.
How Is Breast Reduction Surgery Performed?
Different surgical techniques can be used for breast reduction surgery that will leave different scars on the skin. Which surgical technique will be chosen may vary depending on the evaluation and measurements to be made before the surgery.
The breast reduction operation is performed under general anesthesia and the discharge procedure can be performed the next morning after one night of hospitalization.
How Does the Period After Breast Reduction Surgery Work?
After breast reduction surgery, the patients can return to their daily lives within 5-7 days and can easily work at desk jobs. Since the skin incisions used are closed with aesthetic techniques, there is no need to remove stitches.