BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY (REDUCTION MAMMOPLASTY) – ORLANDO, FL
( 5 ) BREAST PROCEDURES
ABOUT BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY
WHAT TO EXPECT
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How much does breast reduction surgery cost?
Your cost for breast reduction surgery can be reviewed with Dr. Gonzalez in your consultation. When he has created your treatment plan, it is easier to calculate your costs, including facility fees, anesthesia, and more. Reduction surgery usually leads to a dramatic improvement in all aspects of life, which is why our staff will help you find low-interest financing to make your treatment easy to afford. We will also help you talk to your insurance provider to see if your policy covers some of your expenses.
Will my insurance cover breast reduction?
Your health insurance might pay part of the cost of your surgery if it’s considered medically necessary. If you want to use your insurance, talk to Dr. Gonzalez so he can help with your claim. You should contact your provider to find out if your policy might pay for the surgery and the information they need. Your insurance might need measurements, like your weight, height, body surface area, and body mass index (BMI).
Will my nipples be moved?
Usually, the nipples and areola will be moved up to a central position during breast reduction surgery. If a significant amount of tissue and skin needs to be removed, your nipple-areola may be cut out and moved. Dr. Gonzalez will select an incision technique so the nipple and areola are easy to move higher. It’s also possible to perform an areolatome to reduce the size of the areolas. Your options will be explained in your consultation before Dr. Gonzalez helps you choose the best plan to meet your goals.
Can I breastfeed after a breast reduction?
Reduction surgery can affect breastfeeding. Although some women can still breastfeed after a surgical reduction, other women cannot. It’s difficult to know whether your breast reduction will interfere with breastfeeding. This is why Dr. Gonzalez suggests that patients be done with breastfeeding before considering breast reduction surgery.
Can my breasts regrow after surgery?
Following reduction surgery, your breasts may get smaller or bigger with dramatic weight changes. This is why it is better to be at a healthy weight prior to your surgery that you can easily maintain. In your consultation, Dr. Gonzalez will discuss the best ways to prepare for your reduction and what you can do afterward to help make sure your results last.