Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction Thailand

Only those women with large breasts will ever understand the pain it causes, back, neck, shoulders its not nice but there is a solution, Breast Reduction is aimed to remove the excess breast tissue and or fatty tissue to align your breasts in proportion with the rest of your body usually elevating the nipple also during the procedure.

Are you a good candidate for breast reduction surgery?

Having heavy large breasts which don’t fit your frame, nipples pointing downward, constant back, neck & shoulder pain, being self consciousness of your large breasts, restrictions on physical activities are just some of the reasons women undertake this procedure.

Overall, this surgery is a huge self-confidence booster for any woman out there, providing her with an improved, even more feminine appearance and most importantly no more pain!…

Q:  What is a breast reduction?

A:   A breast reduction is aimed at removing excessive breast tissue and fatty tissue in order to leave the remaining breast in proportion with the rest of the body. The nipple is usually elevated and the shape of the breast improved.
Women with large, heavy breasts may experience several health concerns related to their breasts such as back pain, neck pain, groves in the shoulders from bra straps, pain in the breasts and rashes under the breasts. Women with arthritis of the spine and shoulders may have more symptoms than usual because of the added weight of heavy breasts.
Breast reduction can minimise or eliminate these problems. During the procedure, excess skin and breast tissue are removed and the breasts reshaped to be smaller and more attractive.

Q:  Is a Breast Reduction for me?

A:   Any of the following conditions may make you a candidate for breast reduction surgery:
Breasts that are too large in proportion to your body frame.
Heavy breasts with nipples and areolas that point downward.
One breast that is larger than the other
Back, neck or shoulder pain caused by the weight of your breasts
Skin irritation or infections beneath your breasts
Indentations in your shoulders from tight bras straps
Restrictions of physical activity due to the size and weight of your breasts
Dissatisfaction or self-consciousness about the largeness of your breasts

Q:  Where do the incisions go?

A:   The most common method of reducing the breasts involves three incisions. One incision is made around the areola. Another runs vertically from the bottom edge of the areola to the crease underneath the breast.
The third incision is horizontal beneath the breast and follows the natural curve of the breast crease.
After the surgeon has removed excess breast tissue, fat and skin, the nipple and areola are shifted to a higher position. The areola, which has usually been stretched in large breasts, is also reduced in size. Skin that was formerly located above the nipple is brought down and together to reshape the breast.
Usually, the nipples and areolas remain attached to underlying mounds of tissue, and this allows for the preservation of sensation and blood supply to the breast.
This method results in what is known as an “invertedT” scar.
Another popular method of breast reduction, the vertical mammoplasty, dispenses with the horizontal scar along the breast crease. The resultant scars run only around the areola to the breast crease. This method however is only suitable for moderately large breasts.
Rarely, if your breasts are extremely large, the nipples and, areolas may need to be completely detached before they are shifted to a higher level. In such case, you will need to have made the decision to sacrifice sensation and the possibility of breast-feeding in order to achieve your desired breast size.

Q:  Are the changes permanent?

A:   The reduction of breast volume is permanent. It is however important to realize that if you gain or lose a significant amount of weight or become pregnant your breast size and shape will change.
Effects of gravity and ageing will eventually alter the size and shape of your breasts. If, after a period of years, you become dissatisfied with the appearance of your breasts, you may choose to undergo a breast “lifting” procedure to restore their more youthful position and contour.

Q:  Will I be able to breastfeed after breast reduction?

A:   Patients having a reduction mammaplasty will be able to breast feed. Parts of the breast tissue are separated from the ducts in the nipple and problems may arise, or the milk output may be limited. However, women with large breasts tend to have low milk output so they might have problems breast-feeding anyway. The surgeon may, in reducing large breasts, elect to graft the detached nipple higher making breastfeeding totally impossible.
Some patients may experience a permanent inability to breast feed after having the surgery. You should consider these factors seriously before deciding to undergo the procedure and talk them over with your surgeon.

Q:  What are the Ricks and complications with breast reduction?

A:   Risks are inherent to any surgical procedure. The most common risks are swelling, bruising, bleeding, infection, scarring, numbness sensation to the nipple. The most common risk particular to this surgery is damage to the nerve and blood supply of the nipple. The possibility of breast feeding may decrease after surgery. Scars will fade generally after around 12 months

Q:  Can I view before and after photos?

A:   YES of course, due to our privacy of clients please contact us directly

Q:  How long do I need to stay in Thailand for a Breast Reduction?

A:   Typically you will need to stay 15 days to be covered under the surgery gaurantee

Q:  Whats the process for breast reduction in Thailand?

A:   Photos are required for initial assessment you also will need to complete a short confidential questionnaire this will be forwarded to you once ready to proceed. This way our surgeons can assess your details prior to travelling to make sure you are a suitable candidate for this surgery and also provide you accurate costs and how long you will need to stay after procedure.

Q:  What do I do if I want to book my breast reduction?

A:   After receiving your review and your ready to lock in a date drop us a line with a date that suits and we will make sure your surgeon is available we will then make necessary bookings and arrangements for your surgery booking

Breast Reduction Thailand Procedure Cost: from $6,000

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Hear our happy patients’ testimonials:

I was in Phuket going to undertake my procedure with another company until a meet David he advised me I needed to talk with Ann as she deals with the very best surgeons. David then contacted Ann directly at midnight Australia time to which Ann still took my call, I informed her now nervous I was as I hadn’t received any details from the other company about my booking and stating to think it wasn’t a good idea to proceed with my surgery with them. After talking with Ann that night and the following day I cancelled my booking with the other company and attended a consult with Ann’s surgeon, I was over the moon with the standard of everything, and so glad I met David who put me in touch with Asia Cosmetic Getaways, thank you for everything you did for me especially at such short notice your service is truly 5 star oh & I love my new boobs!…

Miss X Victoria

Ann is amazing and even though I went independently with my husband she was right there with me in my pocket the whole way though! answering a billion questions and gave me heaps of support. The hospital was really professional and everything you would see in an Australian private hospital plus! but I think with like 5x more staff! thanks for everything well be a returing customer for more treatments – internal lift with implants

Bonnie WA

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