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Breast reduction

Breast reduction is a surgery to decrease breast size by removing excess fat, skin and tissues
Why us for breast reduction surgery?
Why us for breast reduction surgery?
Team with the highest number of MicroAire surgeries in North India
3D simulation for safe and precise surgeries
State-of-the-art US FDA approved technologies
Personalised treatment plans
Minimal discomfort

The Plastics & Aesthetics Centre is fully integrated to offer safe and high precision breast reduction surgery. Our plastic and cosmetic surgeons personalise your care plan taking into your regard your unique markers, your preferences, desired and realistic goals. We have the most modern technology to offer higher levels of safety and enhanced patient experience.

Our plastic surgeons
Our plastic surgeons

About breast reduction
About breast reduction

Breast reduction surgery is a cosmetic procedure that reduces the size of your breasts. This involves the surgical removal of excess fat, skin and tissue from the breasts to achieve the desired shape, size and appearance. Breast reduction surgery is also known as reduction mammoplasty.

Reasons for breast reduction

You may seek a breast reduction if:

You have large breasts that cause your discomfort
You are unhappy with the size and appearance of your breasts
You have large breasts which are not proportional to the rest of your body
Your breasts are causing you chronic back, neck and nerve pain
Your breasts are causing skin rashes
Your large-sized breasts are restricting your activity

Who is not a candidate for breast reduction?

You may not be the right candidate for breast reduction surgery if:

You smoke
You have medical conditions such as heart diseases
You are obese
You are breastfeeding

Risks of breast reduction surgery

Common risks and complications include:
Scarring
Bruising
Changes in the sensation of the nipples and breasts
Chances of asymmterical breasts

Patient stories
Patient stories

FAQs
FAQs

Breast reduction is not painful as it is performed under the effect of anaesthesia.

Your recovery will take nearly 2-6 weeks.