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    Surgical Procedures – Breast Reduction

    Breast reduction surgery – or mammoplasty – is performed to reduce the size of your breasts. Breasts that are disproportionately large for the size of the body can be a source of embarrassment and in some cases the woman may find that she is the target of sexual harassment or jokes at work. Even If that isn’t the case, having a large bust can make it difficult to find properly fitting clothes and cause the woman to feel awkward and self-conscious about her appearance.

    The Medical Consequences of Excessively Large Breasts

    Far from being purely a social or psychological problem only, being large breasted can have numerous physical side-effects including causing backache and neck pain, headaches resulting from the neck pain or poor posture and rashes of the skin under the breasts or under the arms. The affected woman may also have problems breathing or develop skeletal deformities as a result of the extra weight. Recent research in Biomed Central Medical Genetics also found that women who carry a gene for larger breasts also carry a gene that is associated with the development of breast cancer. This led some newspapers to suggest that bigger breasted women had an increased risk of the cancer, although the researchers only found one of 29 genes that had a possible link to breast cancer.

    About Breast Reduction Surgery

    Breast reduction surgery (called mammoplasty) is an operation to remove excess fat from the breasts and stitching the skin tighter to achieve a smaller and more defined look. The nipple size can also be reduced so that your breasts match the size of the rest of your body and are aesthetically pleasing to look at. A breast uplift operation is often suggested at the same time to prevent sagging that sometimes occurs after this procedure and is more common in the larger breasted woman.

    Choosing The Medical Park for Your Surgery

    If you are considering having breast reduction surgery, The Medical Park provide an outstanding service. We have relaxing and comfortable consultation and treatment rooms and we operate in the best hospitals with state of the art facilities.

    At your first appointment you can discuss your needs and what you would like to achieve and your surgeon will give you all the information you require on the cosmetic surgery you want to have, as well as details about potential side-effects and what you can expect during the recovery period.

    You will be shown before and after photographs as well as simulation software so you can see how your surgery really looks before you decide to consent. Once you have chosen your procedure, the caring doesn’t stop when the operation ends.

    At The Medical Park, our highly experienced medical team also make sure you get the right after-care and will give you long-term follow up so you can be confident that your cosmetic procedure is as safe as possible.

    Our consultants can also contact you by phone or email if that is helpful to you.

    For your first consultation, contact The Medical Park.


    The material on this site is for informational purpose only, and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treetment provided by a qualified healthcare provider.

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