Breast Reduction

Decrease the size of your breasts while improving their shape and contour

About Breast Reduction Surgery

Reducing your breast size is a big decision. Our goal is to get you down to the breast size you want while maintaining or improving your breast shape and body contour. Your perfect breast size is determined by your unique desires, body type, and current breast size.


Women, generally over the age of 19 to allow for full breast development, with large breasts. A breast reduction can also be performed for symmetry when one breast when it is significantly larger than the opposite breast.

Areas Treated

The main goal of breast reduction surgery is to reduce breast size, we can also address and improve issues related to size and symmetry. Reducing areola size and lifting the breast up will improve the size, shape, symmetry, and appearance of your breasts.

Before Surgery

It is important to be in good health and at a maintainable weight prior to surgery. A current mammogram may be required. If you are being treated for any chronic health condition, such as high blood pressure, we will require surgical clearance from your primary care physician prior to surgery. For surgeries requiring general anesthesia, a current EKG and basic blood work are also required. All of these precautions will contribute to a swift recovery.


For the first two weeks following your breast reduction you will need to limit your range of motion with your arms (T-Rex arms). It will be very helpful to plan for this prior to surgery by moving frequently used or necessary items to counter height for easy access. You will also have a weight lifting restriction so you may need to enlist help with some household chores such as vacuuming, laundry, and cleaning. Underwire bras are not recommended until 4 weeks after surgery.

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Frequently asked Questions

Where do you place the scars with breast reduction surgery?

Can this surgery fix uneven breasts?

How do you fix breasts that are both large and saggy?

How do you know if you have symptomatic large breasts?

How long is my recovery from a breast reduction surgery, and how much pain can I expect to have?

If I want my breasts to be smaller AND more perky, what should I consider?

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