Are you one of those women who feel their areolas are too big or too puffy? No matter what the problem is, the solution is our simple procedure. Large areolas may look out of proportion with the rest of the breast – especially if the patient has had a breast reduction or breast lift, but it happens naturally as well (often after childbirth). There are no medical complications from having large areolas, so the desire to reduce the areola is purely cosmetic, but can really positively affect the patient’s self-esteem and body image.
Risks and complications
Risks are inherent to any surgical procedure. The most common risks are swelling, bruising, bleeding, infection, fluid, numbness, or a loss of sensation to the nipple and areola, however they are rare and almost always temporary.The most common risks particular to this surgery are minimal pain and scarring. Your surgeon will administer painkillers and any soreness will usually disappear by the second or third day. Scarring will be made as inconspicuous as possible by cutting the smallest incision possible. For some this may be faint, for others it can be quite obvious. Please discuss scar treatments with your surgeon in advance so you know how to take care of them while the scar tissue is forming. Dissolving sutures will be used to minimise scarring so that you won’t need to come back to have sutures removed.This treatment does not normally affect the ability to breastfeed
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