Breast Reduction

Women with very large, pendulous breasts may experience a variety of medical problems caused by the excessive weight, from back and neck pain and skin irritation, to skeletal deformities and breathing problems.

Bra straps may leave indentations in their shoulders. And unusually large breasts can make a woman-or a teenage girl-feel extremely self-conscious.

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Breast reduction, technically known as reduction mammaplasty, is designed for such women. The procedure removes fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts, making them smaller, lighter, and firmer. It can also reduce the size of the areola, the darker skin surrounding the nipple. The goal is to give the woman smaller, better-shaped breasts in proportion with the rest of her body.

Breast reduction is usually performed for physical relief rather than simply cosmetic improvement. Most women who have the surgery are troubled by very large, sagging breasts that restrict their activities and cause them physical discomfort.


“I am very pleased and much more confident about myself. I had very little discomfort after the procedure.”

TW, Torquay, Breast Reduction & Mastopexy

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In most cases, breast reduction isn’t performed until a woman’s breasts are fully developed; however, it can be done earlier if large breasts are causing serious physical discomfort. The best candidates are those who are mature enough to fully understand the procedure and have realistic expectations about the results. Breast reduction is not recommended for women who intend to breast-feed.

Take a look at Mr Christopher Stone’s & Mr David Oliver’s breast reduction surgery before & after results from our patients in Devon.
Mr Christopher Stone, Cosmetic Surgeon before & after surgery results
Mr David Oliver, Cosmetic Surgeon before & after breast reduction surgery results

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Pricing

Bilateral Breast Reduction – £6416 at Exeter Nuffield Hospital

If you would like confidential cosmetic surgery advice please call us today on 01392 690191 and ask for the cosmetic surgery helpline or get in touch via our online form.

Call the Exeter Medical confidential cosmetic surgery helpline on 01392 690191

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Breast Reduction advice from BAPRAS
Breast Reduction Surgery Exeter Medical BAPRAS Information Leaflet
Download BAPRAS Breast Reduction leaflet (PDF)


Breast Reduction advice from BAAPS
Breast Reduction Exeter Medical BAAPS Information Leaflet
Download BAAPS Breast Reduction leaflet (PDF)


Breast Reduction 3D Animations
Breast Reduction Exeter Medical 3D animations

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