A breast reduction procedure will reduce the size and reshape very large breasts making them more in proportion to the body’s natural size, and importantly more comfortable.
Women can experience a variety of medical problems associated with large breasts as well as difficultly with sports, finding suitable clothing or day to day self-consciousness.
Breast reduction surgery can help with neck and back ache, bra straps digging in to the shoulders or skin problems under the breast. It is a procedure that is suitable for many women who feel their breasts are too large for them.
“I had very little pain it has made a huge difference. The care I received was excellent.”TV, Age 73, Exeter, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction
“I am very pleased with my new look and it has change my life in a positive way.”JG, Age 40, Plymouth, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction
“The whole process was really good. I can do so much more in the gym and feel much more comfortable, the results are better than I expected.”MI, Age 30, Exeter, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction
“I recovered very quickly and feel it was definitely worth doing.”NK, Age 64 Exeter, Devon, Breast Reduction/Mastopexy with Abdominoplasty.
“I am over the moon, I have joined a gym and it has transformed my life.”KT, Age 56, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction with free nipple graft technique
“I was a little apprehensive but the results are better than I expected.”TM, Age 54, Torbay, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction
“My Back pain and neck pain have gone. I don’t know why I waited so long. I should have had it done years ago.”SD, Age 52, Exeter, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction
“Everything was good, I was very well looked after. My breathing and posture is better and I can climb stairs more easily.”KA, Age 70, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction
“I feel much happier with myself and now I can find clothes that fit and look better.”DF, Age 69, Torquay, Devon, Breast Reduction
“I wish I had it done years ago, I’m really pleased with the results.”RT, Age 68, Devon, Bilateral Breast Reduction