We are constantly working on resources for our patients. This page summarises our breast reduction resources.
Breast reduction surgery resource guides
Breast Reduction Surgery: Your Guide to a Perfect Result and Recovery
In this article Dr Beldholm discusses a range of topics related to breast reduction surgery.
Breast reduction can be a life changing operation. Dr Beldholm sees the full range of patients coming for breast reduction surgery. Every patient has a different expectation of the surgery and what result they want to achieve. The most common request that I get is to make their breasts as small as possible.
Breast Reduction Techniques: Pedicles, Incisions and How Much to Remove?
Pedicles?! What in the heck are those?
When it comes to breast reduction surgery, you’ll find some strange terms cropping up that you’ve probably never heard of before. The “pedicle” is one of them.
Breast Reduction Surgery: How it Can Decrease Your Risk for Breast Cancer
It’s an alarming statistic. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in Australia and the second most common cancer to cause death in women, after lung cancer. On average, eight women die from breast cancer every day in Australia.
This potentially deadly disease forms as malignant tumour that originates in the cells of the breast. Cancer develops when cells grow abnormally and multiply.
Breast Reduction has been shown to reduce the risk of this.
10 Important Facts About Breast Reduction
Breast reduction surgery offered an effective solution for patients to cope with large breasts. It removes excess breast fat, glandular tissue and skin to achieve a breast size in proportion with your body and to alleviate the discomfort associated with overly large breasts. In a nutshell, the end results lead to breasts that are smaller, firmer and more proportional to the rest of the body.
Check out these 10 facts about breast reduction surgery.
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