Breast Reduction

The cost of breast reduction in the UK is much lower than you might think. Breast reduction cost? Our prices are the lowest in the UK.

If you can find the same quality of surgery cheaper, we will match the price.

There is an overnight stay in hospital which is included in the price. Please call us today to discuss your needs. There is no obligation, and the consultation is free.

Breast Reduction Cost

Reasons for breast reduction;

  • Being unable to work out or get involved in sports.
  • Back pain.
  • Skin irritability.
  • Bad posture.
  • Sweating excessively.
  • Skin rashes as well as skin infection under the breasts.
  • Grooves on your shoulders from bra straps.

Breast reduction surgery, also referred to as mammoplasty is a surgical procedure to reduce the weight and volume of your breasts.

Breast ReductionBreast reduction surgery requires a general anaesthetic. Throughout the process excess fat and glandular tissue, as well as skin, are taken out of your breasts that are then reshaped, and your nipples are then re-positioned.


Breast size is dependent on your genetics, your body hormones, your body frame and your weight. For the majority of women breast size is in proportion to their body, however for several women their breasts are notably large.

Breast reduction surgery will help women that are disappointed with the appearance, weight, and sagging of their breasts by making them smaller. Your breast size varies with your body weight, so every women’s circumstances are different.

How long does it take to recover?

You will have to rest for two to four weeks when recovering from breast reduction surgery. It’s likely that you may have tender breasts for a couple of weeks after your surgery.

Preparation for Surgery

Your cosmetic surgeon will explain to you the best way to get ready for your procedure. Should you smoke, you’ll be requested to quit as smoking cigarettes raises your likelihood of getting a chest infection which could impede your recovery.

Breast reductions are typically carried out under a general anaesthetic. This means you will be sleeping throughout the treatment. You’ll be instructed to adhere to fasting guidelines. What this means is not ingesting or drinking for about six hours before your operation. Sticking to your surgeon’s advice is important.

You need a well-fitting bra to use following your surgical procedure. Your cosmetic surgeon will let you know with regards to the best-suited size and type of breast support in advance. You may want to wear this just after your surgical treatment or 1 or 2 days afterward. At the hospital, your nurse may check your heart rate and blood pressure, and test your urine.

Your cosmetic surgeon will discuss with you what is going to take place before during and after your course of treatment and also any discomfort you may have. This enables you to be well-informed to provide your permission for the treatment to go forward. You may be asked to do by signing a medical consent form.

Your cosmetic surgeon will mark your breast area with a special pen to point out the arranged shape and size of the reductions for your procedure. He might also photograph your breast area so you can see the difference after the operation.

Your registered nurse will get you prepared for your surgical procedure. You might be requested to wear compression stockings that can help protect against blood clots developing in the veins inside your legs.

Please call us for an expert phone consultation.