Breast Reduction

Often a large bust isn’t always ideal, many women suffer discomfort and pain due to the strain of the weight. A breast reduction will eliminate back pain and also create an uplifted and firmer appearance.

As more women suffer bad postures and low self esteem due to their large breasts this procedure is becoming more and more popular. Following surgery many women find that they can carry out activities that they couldn’t before. Also post surgery we find confidence is restored as often a better proportioned shape is created.

During surgery a new size and shape is created by removing fat and excess skin. Your surgeon will reposition your nipple to create a natural finish to the breast. During your initial consultation your surgeon will discuss all this with you.

FAQs

How much smaller can my breasts be reduced?
This depends on the size you already are, what is medically suitable & what you are hoping to achieve.

Who is a good candidate for breast reduction surgery?
People with large breasts who are experiencing back & neck pain, women who have suffered since puberty and really want a change.

What are the scars like after this procedure?
All scars vary depending upon skin tone and elasticity your surgeon will advise you on this during your consultation.

Can men have this treatment?
Yes, this is called Male Breast Reduction (Gynacomastia)

PIP Breast Implant Statement

To all patients old and new of Tonic Cosmetic Surgery we would like to confirm that we do not use and have not used PIP Breast Implants.

Following the guidelines issued by the MHRA we advise any patient who is worried about their implants to undergo an ultrasound scan to be able to ascertain if the implants are ruptured or not. You should then make contact with your original surgeon or clinic and take their advice on what to do next.

If you are unable to contact your surgeon or clinic, we are more than happy to help you in any way we can as we are very aware of how distressing this may be for every person involved.

2 - 3 hours

Average procedure time*