Considering A Breast Reduction? 3 Things To Know

There are many reasons why you may want smaller breasts. Many feel that smaller breasts will improve their appearance, while others would like to reduce back and shoulder pain caused by a larger chest. Breast reduction surgery reduces the size of the breasts and reshapes them. While there are many benefits to breast reduction, it's a significant procedure that requires weeks of healing time. If you are looking into breast reduction, here are three things that you need to know.

The Reduction Depends On The Patient

Breast reduction surgery is not a one-size-fits-all procedure. How much breast tissue your cosmetic surgeon removes will depend on your needs, breast composition, and goals. Your surgeon will work with you to determine the best path forward for your reduction. If you have any concerns regarding the amount of tissue removal, it's essential to bring them up early on in the process. You want to make sure you and your surgeon are both on the same page.  

How Much It Will Cost

Another thing to consider is how much breast reduction costs. Elective breast reduction services average out to $5,475. However, your costs may vary depending on your surgeon and the difficulty of your reduction procedure. The good news is if you suffer from back and neck pain or other side effects from having large breasts, your health insurance may cover the cost of this procedure. Before you even had to a consultation with a plastic surgeon, check in with your insurance company. You may need to meet specific requirements before your policy covers this procedure.

There Will Be Scars

While a breast reduction can be life-changing, it will leave scars. Knowing what to expect in regards to scarring is crucial before committing to this procedure. There are different techniques for breast reduction that made leave either larger or smaller scars. Shorter-scar techniques use smaller incisions and are best for minimal or moderate breast reductions. If you want to remove more breast tissue, a larger-scar technique may be necessary. Your cosmetic surgeon will discuss which methods will give you the results you desire with your breast reduction. It's important to note that over time the scars from this procedure will become less noticeable. 

If you want breast reduction, there are a few things to know before seeking out this procedure. First, your results will vary depending on your breasts and your goals. Second, without insurance, this procedure will set you back a few thousand dollars. However, your insurance May cover the cost of a reduction. Finally, there will be scarring. You need to discuss how much scoring you'll see after the procedure with your surgeon. 

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