Are you tired of back pain, discomfort, and self-consciousness caused by large breasts? At Visthetic
Surgery Institute & MedSpa™, our doctors can help you reclaim your confidence and comfort with our
breast reduction procedure.
Our experienced surgeons will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses
your unique needs and goals. Using advanced techniques and technology, we can safely and effectively
reduce the size of your breasts while maintaining a natural and proportional appearance.
You can expect a smoother, more contoured silhouette, improved posture, and relief from physical
symptoms such as back, neck, and shoulder pain. Plus, our comfortable and luxurious facilities will
ensure a relaxing and stress-free experience.
Don’t let oversized breasts hold you back any longer. Contact Visthetic Surgery Institute & MedSpa™
today to learn more about our breast reduction procedure and take the first step towards a happier,
Breast reduction surgery can be a life-changing procedure for women who experience physical discomfort and emotional distress due to excessively large breasts. Good candidates for breast reduction surgery are those who:
It’s important to have realistic expectations and to discuss your goals with your surgeon. They will evaluate your medical history, examine your breasts, and help you determine if breast reduction surgery is right for you.
Breast reduction surgery can provide a variety of benefits to patients, including:
It’s important to note that the specific results of breast reduction surgery can vary from patient to patient
Breast reduction surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia and involves the following steps:
The procedure typically takes two to four hours to complete, depending on the extent of the reduction and the patient’s individual anatomy.
Visthetic Surgery Institute & MedSpa™ features a Medicare Certified state-of-the-art surgery center, measuring over 5,000 square feet.
General is the anesthesia of choice. This decision is between the patient and the anesthesiologists. The anesthesiologist will call the patient the day before the procedure to answer all questions concerning anesthesia care.
In the pre-op room, you will be prepped by the operating room RN and anesthesiologists. Your surgeon will then use a surgical marker on the skin to delineate exactly what is to be done during the procedure.
You should expect some bruising, swelling and pain after your procedure. It is normal to experience numbness, specifically around the breasts. This will go away in time.
We will prescribe pain medication to control any discomfort. If you begin to have severe pain post-surgery and during your recovery period, please contact us immediately.