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Breast reduction – to the benefit of body and mind!

Whether it is for aesthetical or for health reasons, large breasts can have serious consequences for both body and mind, ranging from neck and back problems to feelings of insecurity and inferiority, just to name a few.

Relieving your pain is our absolute priority when performing a breast reduction. The experienced surgeons at Aesthea have a keen eye for form and symmetry and will perform the surgery as to minimize scarring and to preserve sensibility as well as your ability to breastfeed.

Facts
  • Dauer DURATION

    Approx. 2 to 4 hours

  • Klinikaufenthalt CLINIC STAY

    1 to 2 days

  • Kosten COSTS
  • Sport EXERCISE

    After approx. 6 weeks

  • Anästhesie ANESTHESIA

    General anesthesia

  • Nachbehandlung FOLLOW-UP TREATMENT

    Compression bra for 4 to 6 weeks

  • gesellschaftsfaehig FIT FOR WORK

    After approx. 4 to 7 days; longer sick leave is generally necessary in case of heavy physical work
     

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Frequently asked questions

FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Here you will find the answers to frequently asked questions.

If you do not find the answer to your question, please do not hesitate to contact us.

When is a breast reduction advisable?

Although breast reduction is theoretically possible at any age, it is advisable to wait until breast growth is complete before having a breast reduction. Significant physical changes, such as marked weight loss or pregnancy, should also be considered when planning a breast reduction surgery. Substantial weight fluctuations as well as pregnancy and breastfeeding can have an unpredictable effect on the breasts.

Will I still be able to breastfeed after breast reduction surgery?

The ability to breastfeed is generally retained after a breast reduction, as the connection between the milk ducts or the milk-producing breast gland tissue and the nipple stays intact.

Does breast reduction surgery change the nipples?

Breast reduction surgery usually reduces the size of the nipples and adjusts their diameter to suit the newly formed breasts.

Are the costs of a breast reduction covered by statutory health insurance?

Especially for women with very large breasts that can have negative effects on their health, statutory health insurance may cover the costs of breast reduction surgery. The following criteria must be met for costs to be covered:

  • Expected reduction of at least 500 to 800 grams of tissue per breast.
  • Documented complaints that are clearly attributable to the breast, including a physiotherapist’s report.
  • Normal weight, BMI of less than 25 kg/m2

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