Reduction mammoplasty is a procedure that reduces the weight and volume of breasts. In some women, an uncomfortable growth occurs in the breasts due to physiological status, excess weight or pregnancy.

We know that having too large breasts can affect your self-confidence and also cause physical discomfort in the form of back and neck pain, and make it difficult to put on clothes and swimsuits properly and look the way you desire.


Large breasts can cause serious discomfort in women. These are as follows:

  • Neck, shoulder pain
  • Itching and redness by contacting the skin under the breasts,
  • Restricting physical activities,
  • Difficulty in choosing clothes,
  • Marks on the shoulder due to the bra strap.


Benefits of reduction mammoplasty:

  • Increased self-confidence
  • Putting on clothes such as bras and swimsuits properly
  • Posture improvement
  • Freedom of choice of clothing
  • Reduced back pain
  • Ability to participate in sports activities

Reduction mammoplasty is a procedure that reduces the amount of breast and fat tissue while rising breast tissue. The operation is performed under general anesthesia and you will need to stay in the hospital for one night.


Does it require anesthesia?

Yes, it will be administered under general anesthesia.


How long does it take?

The operation takes 2 hours depending on the patient’s condition.


Will I stay in the hospital?

Depending on the patient’s condition, the patient may need to stay in the hospital for 1 night.


When can I take a shower?

You can take a shower on the 4th postoperative day.


When can I get back to work?

You can return to your work life in about 7 days after breast reduction surgery.


Does it stop me from doing sports?

You can start doing sports 1 month after the surgery.


Will my breasts be lifted?

Breasts due to shrinkage in the breast structure will be higher and lifted.


Is there an age limit?

Although there is no age limit, breast development must be completed.


Am I going to lose my sensitivity?

There is no loss of sensitivity after surgery.