Gallery Plastic surgery before and afters Gold CoastBreast ReductionBreast Reduction Before and AfterVery large breasts can cause pain in your back, shoulder, and neck because your breast weight affects your body alignment. If your large breasts are affecting your quality of life, you can benefit from a procedure called breast reduction. This surgery reduces your breast size by removing excess fat, tissue, and skin. Please check our breast reduction before and after photos to have an idea of what the procedure can achieve. Benefits of breast reductionThis procedure can give you the following benefits:Achieves a breast size in proportion with your body typeRelieves pain and other discomfort caused by large breastsIncreases your self-confidencePromotes a more positive self-imageReduces your breast size to make it more naturalIdeal candidates for breast reductionYour surgeon will recommend the procedure if:You are experiencing body pains and other discomforts associated with large breasts.You don’t smoke.You have enlarged areolas.You have fully developed breasts.You have low self-esteem.You have realistic expectations.Your breast size prevents you from being physically active.Your breasts sag.To know more about the different breast conditions that the procedure can address, spend some time to check our breast reduction image gallery.How a breast reduction is performedThe procedure is performed under general anaesthesia to prevent any discomfort. Once your breasts are numb, your surgeon will make an incision around the coloured area surrounding your nipple. Another incision is also created under your breast crease to allow the removal of excess fat and tissue. Your surgeon will reshape your breasts until your desired size is achieved. The surgical incisions will then be closed using sutures.The recovery periodAfter the procedure, it is normal to feel pain in your incision lines. This can be managed by taking pain relievers and anti-inflammatories. You should be able to go home one to two days after your surgery. In the first few weeks, you should avoid strenuous activities to prevent injuring your surgical wound. After three weeks, you can go back to work and you can resume your daily activities.To find more details, please visit our main breast reduction surgery page, or contact us to schedule initial consultation.Ask a question or book your consultationPlease fill in the online enquiry form to ask a question or book your consultation. The friendly team at Sculpted Clinic look forward to seeing you in our clinic soon!I would like to*I would like toAsk a QuestionBook a ConsultationFirst Name*Last Name*Your Email* Your MobileI'm interested in*I'm interested in:BreastFaceBodyNon-surgicalPreferred Time*Preferred Time *MorningLunchAfternoonPreferred Day* DD slash MM slash YYYY Your Message*EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Don’t forget to share this via Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn.