Breast Reduction Toronto & Oshawa, ON
REDUCTION MAMMAPLASTY FOR OVERLLY LARGE BREASTS
Women with large breasts often experience physical and psychological discomfort. During breast reduction in Oshawa & Toronto, the surgeon can reduce your breasts to create a more comfortable size while reshaping them for a youthful appearance.
Breast reduction surgery can benefit women who have:
- Large breasts
- Downward pointed nipples
- Pain in the neck, shoulders or back
- Skin irritation beneath the breasts
After breast reduction surgery you’ll find relief from these uncomfortable symptoms. Your breasts will have a more proportional size, clothing will fit better, and you’ll find it easier to engage in physical activity.
BREAST REDUCTION OSHAWA & TORONTO FAQ
How does it work?
Breast reduction surgery requires a general anesthetic, so you sleep through the surgery. We create incisions along the breast crease, around the areola, and then downward toward the breast crease. Breast tissue is removed with liposuction surgery and excision, and the breast is reshaped for a more youthful appearance (just like a breast lift surgery in Oshawa & Toronto).
What happens after breast reduction?
After breast reduction surgery, your chest is wrapped in a dressing and you’ll wear a supportive bra. Expect some some swelling and bruising for a few weeks. Discomfort can be managed with prescription medications. While you can get back to a normal routine within a couple weeks, rigorous activities should be postponed for about 6 weeks.
Does breast reduction have risks?
Like all surgical procedures, breast reduction surgery does have risk to consider. Potential adverse events include significant discomfort, bruising, infection, asymmetry and changes to sensitivity or ability to breastfeed. During your consultation with Dr. Golger or Dr. Romy, he will review all of these risks in detail.
Who performs breast reduction in Oshawa & Toronto?
To learn more about breast reduction in Toronto & Oshawa, please contact Avenue Plastic Surgery to inquire about a consultation. Our staff is ready to answer your questions and set you up with a convenient appointment with Dr. Golger or Dr. Romy.