Breast reduction is appropriate in cases of hypertrophy of the mammary gland. It restores volume that is more proportionate to the silhouette and prevents potential ptosis of the breasts.
Breast hypertrophy often involves one or more physical and functional disorders, such as neck, shoulder and back pain, discomfort during sports activities, discomfort with clothing, and sometimes significant psychological discomfort. This intervention helps restore your balance and well-being.
Scars from breast reduction are in the form of an inverted “T”. A scar around the areola; a vertical scar and horizontal scar are hidden beneath the breast.