For many women, feeling that their breasts are not in proportion with the rest of their body can hugely affect their self-esteem and confidence. Large breasts can also cause symptoms such as back pain, neck pain, grooved shoulders caused by the weight of the breasts pulling on bra straps, in addition to rashes and fungal infections in the folds of flesh underneath the breasts.
For other women, large breasts prevent sporting activity and cause embarrassment when trying to find fashionable clothing or appropriate swimwear. It all leads to physical and mental discomfort.
The answer could be breast reduction surgery, also known as reduction mammoplasty. The size and weight of the breasts can be modified, creating a body profile, which gives you improved body proportions that makes you feel more attractive, self assured, and comfortable.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long does a breast production procedure take?
You will be in surgery for between two and four hours, under a general anaesthetic, where excess fat and tissue will be removed in order to reduce the size of your breasts. Following this, it is possible you will require an overnight stay in hospital.
What are the risks associated with breast reduction?
All surgery carries some risk factors, such as infection and poor scarring. Many risks depend on your age, current health and your medical history. Your surgeons will discuss these risks in full detail during your initial consultation, and when you choose competent surgeons such as Mr Juma and Mr Hayek, any associated risks become greatly minimised.
How much does a breast reduction cost?
Because surgery is tailored to your specific individual needs, the costs will vary. Usually, this procedure costs between £6,700 to £7500 but again, this is something that will need to be discussed during your initial consultation.
What happens during the initial consultation with Mr Juma and Mr Hayek?
Mr Ali Juma and Mr Jamil Hayek will take a full medical history and conduct a thorough physical examination to assess both your suitability for surgery and your expectations. There will be an opportunity for you to get detailed responses to any questions or anxieties that you may have.
What is the recovery process after breast reduction?
You will need to rest for at least two weeks following the procedure. You should avoid any heavy lifting or exertion during this time, and wear a sports bra for support for up to six weeks.
Why should I choose the New Image Clinic for my breast reduction surgery?
Mr Juma and Mr Hayek are experienced and well qualified plastic surgeons, who both bring great sets of skills and expertise to New Image Clinic. You will have the benefit of two professionals throughout the entire treatment experience; guiding the consultation, the surgery, follow up appointments, and your aftercare – all to ensure the very best outcome for your specific needs.
“A heartfelt thank you for the incredible work you and your team have done. You reassured me every step of the way, which has spurred me on my recovery in leaps and bounds. I have every faith in you and your team.”
“I just wanted to say thank you for everything, I could not be happier with the end result.”
“It has been 2 years since my tummy tuck and I just wanted to thank you for how amazing I feel! I will wear a bikini with confidence now!”
“I was delighted with the results, not only have I got a body that is more in proportion but I have a new found confidence. Clothes fit me better. You can’t even notice my scars.”
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Do you have a question about this procedure? The experienced and friendly New Image Clinic team are on hand to answer all of your questions at any time.