Breast reduction through micro liposuction is ideal for women who have hit menopause, who may be carrying excess fat in their breasts
Breast reduction surgery, or reduction mammaplasty, is a procedure used to reduce excess fat, tissue and skin from the breasts. It is often sought by women who want to reduce discomfort caused by oversized breasts, or to attain a breast size more proportionate to their body.
The impact of excessively large, sagging or heavy breasts can cause misery for many women who suffer physical impairments and even psychological challenges as a result.
Oversized boobs can cause neck and shoulder pain, shoulder damage from bra straps, and can even cause rashes or burn marks on the skin. Many women say they find clothes difficult to fit, and that finding the right bra size can be impossible. Even without the pain, the emotional trauma can be damaging enough, with many women reporting how cruel comments and ignorant remarks can harm their self-esteem.
For others who choose to have breast reduction surgery, the issue of sagging rather than size is what they wish to address, as this can make them feel unattractive.
Excessively large breasts have a range of causes including genetic, hereditary issues, weight gain, and hormone fluctuations. Sagging breasts are usually the result of stretched tissue, a symptom of pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss, or simply the natural ageing process.
Breast reduction procedures are a very popular choice at the Hunar Clinic, and Dr Gupta successfully helps hundreds of women seeking smaller breasts each year with the microlipo technique.
*Patients experiences will vary dependent on age, lifestyle and medical history
- Measure the volume of each breast.
- Draw lines on the breasts using indelible ink for the infiltration process and operation.
- The smallest needle possible is used to inject local anaesthetic into the skin.
- Tiny 1mm adits are made in the skin with a biopsy punch.
- Tumescent local anaesthesia is infiltrated into the breasts.
- Liposuction of the breast is carried out via the microcannulas.
- Industrial-strength absorbent pads are placed on the breasts.
- A breast compression garment is applied.
- If necessary, further adjustable elastic binders are placed on top of the breast compression garment, kept on for 48 hours after the procedure.
Following a breast microlipo operation, patients experience a gradual decrease in swelling over the next eight to 16 weeks. Very little bruising occurs thanks to the use of open-drainage and proper compression garments.
In some occasions, breast lumps after liposuction, but these are temporary. It may last for several weeks after the operation to reduce breasts, and the patient may report feeling them under skin, but they are not visible and are entirely part of the normal healing process.
The cost of breast reduction microlipo involves a range of factors including the time and effort required, and the amount to be removed.
During your consultation with Dr Gupta, you will discuss the size of the area being treated and the anticipated degree of difficulty, which will play a factor in the cost.
No client is the same and it is only after the consultation that Dr Gupta can gauge suitability and then suggest a cost for the procedure; he will only work with clients he feels will benefit from liposuction.
If oversized boobs are making your life a misery, talk to Dr Gupta today and find out how breast reduction microlipo can help you.
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