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Macromastia / Breast Hyperthrophy / Large Breasts

Macromastia / Breast Hyperthrophy / Large Breasts

Very large breasts (macromastia or breast hypertrophy) can create social, functional and physical concerns for many women.

Macromastia may occur due to excessive glandular development during puberty or as a result of weight gain, and can cause back and neck pain as well as rashes in the inframammary crease (the fold underneath the breasts). Patients may also experience difficulties with fitting their clothing, reduced clothing options,  which can lead to self-confidence issues and over all embarrassment.

Breast reduction surgery removes excess breast tissue and skin to redefine and reshape the breast to a size more compatible with your own body build. Breast reduction also reduces and reshapes the areolas and moves them to fit the new size. If you are concerned that your breasts are too heavy and cause you back pain, please call our office to book a consultation.

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Procedures

Related Procedures

Procedure

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery, also referred to as Reduction Mammaplasty, can successfully improve the pain, discomfort and embarrassment that is frequently associated with large breasts.

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Breast Reduction
Breast Uplift  –  Mastopexy

Procedure

Breast Uplift – Mastopexy

There are a variety of causes for drooping of the breasts, such as: ageing, weight loss, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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Procedure

Breast Asymmetry Surgery

The aim of this surgical procedure is to improve the symmetry of the breasts, with regard to size shape and nipple position.

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Breast Asymmetry Surgery
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