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I had an excellent experience with this doctor. The clinic is extremely clean, organized, well- equipped and managed professionally. His staff is also very professional and helpful. (Specially Arianna and Nishmah 😊) And lastly I will say , for me Gustavo Almanzar is the best, I‘ve been following his work for a very long time and finally made the decision to get a breast reduction with him. He is truly talented. He exceeded my expectations when it comes to the results and the scar (which I was very afraid because my skin makes keloids). I was also concerned because of a few negative reviews that I saw, but I will definitely recommend him to anybody who is looking get A1 service and results! Bendiciones doctor❤️
Excellent attention very profecional since, the doctor and his employees take all the precautions that suit the patient before during and after the procedures to be done I am very satisfied with my results since everything looks natural and aesthetically good. I recommend this center and Dr. Estevez for any aesthetic procedure, or plastic surgery since he is really qualified to make possible the aesthetic dream of any person.
Really excellent, all the pre-operative care so that I was in conditions for surgery, wonderful care, always very attentive, very satisfied with the results I did two procedures and both were excellent, ethics, professionalism and dedication, I recommend it 100%
❤️I couldn't have put myself in better hands !! 😬😌 My experience with Dra. Tania Medina was simply SPECTACULAR! Super professional, honest and loving with her patients !! She and her team do an extraordinary job, super organized and totally professional! What made me choose it was the security and honesty with which it is handled. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤍🤎 I have 1 month and 11 days since my surgery and I feel like a super Barbie! Definitely the results are seen immediately even with the inflammation! Eternally grateful to you and your great team! 🤩🤩God bless me greatly and bless your wonderful hands even more 👐🏻! I adore them with my soul! ❣️ Dra. Tania❤️ Mariel🧡Dra. Vanessa💛Annie💚Nicole💙TheTransport guys💜Specialists🤍 Each and every one of you ... THANK YOU FOR SO MUCH! 😬🌷😬
Dr. Ruben Carrasco, M.D, located in Calle Guayubin Olivo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic offers patients Breast Reduction procedures among its total of 18 available procedures, across 1 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Breast Reduction procedures at Dr. Ruben Carrasco, M.D, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $3,153. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by the lead specialist at the Hospital, and they have multiple recognized accreditations, including: CMD - Colegio Médico DominicanoSODOCIPRE - Sociedad Dominicana de Cirugía Plástica Estética y Reconstructiva
Regenesys, located in Calle Guayubin Olivo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic offers patients Breast Reduction procedures among its total of 14 available procedures, across 1 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Breast Reduction procedures at Regenesys, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $3,153. There are many specialists available at the Hospital, with 4 in total, and they have multiple recognized accreditations, including: WAAAM - World Anti-Aging Academy of MedicineAAAM - American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine
Dr. Luis Holguin, located in Calle Guayubin Olivo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic offers patients Breast Reduction procedures among its total of 20 available procedures, across 1 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Breast Reduction procedures at Dr. Luis Holguin, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $3,153. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by the lead specialist at the Hospital, and they have multiple recognized accreditations, including: CMD - Colegio Médico DominicanoSODOCIPRE - Sociedad Dominicana de Cirugía Plástica Estética y Reconstructiva
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Female Breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty), also known as a Reduction Mammoplasty, is a surgical operation to reduce the weight and volume of the breasts. During the procedure, fat, glandular tissue and skin are removed from the breasts, which are then reshaped and the nipples repositioned.
Breast size is determined by genes, hormones, body frame, and weight. For most women, breast size is proportionate to the body, but for some, the breasts are particularly large. Large breasts can cause physical symptoms such as Discomfort, Backache, Neck pain, skin irritations.
Psychological distress: Common complaints from women with large breasts include not being able to wear fashionable clothes and finding it difficult to take part in active sports.
Large breasts are particularly sensitive to the hormone estrogen. They can grow particularly large during adolescence or later in life following the menopause or because of the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Some women also develop a noticeable asymmetry (difference in size or shape) between their breasts.
Breast or mammary gland is a milk-producing organ of the female body. It is located in your thoracic region. Some women suffer from a condition called macromastia. It can be due to various reasons such as hypertrophy of adipose tissue in the breast, after menopause, postpartum, genetics, etc. In this condition, your breasts are sagging and their size is bigger in proportion to your body causing a number of problems. A woman affected by macromastia suffers from pain in the head, neck, shoulders, and back. Blood circulation and respiration are also disturbed. In males, it is used to treat gynecomastia. Surgery is performed to reduce the size of your breasts. It is known as breast reduction or reduction mammoplasty. This operation comes under the category of plastic surgery. While performing the surgery, the nipple-areola complex (NAC) is preserved to make sure that lactational ability is not affected. The mammoplasty is performed for three reasons, aesthetic, physical and psychological. The surgery is often associated with Breast Augmentation and Breast Lift.
The procedure begins with making you lay in the supine position. Anesthesia is given to avoid pain during surgery. The area is sterilized and an incision is given around the areola and down your breasts. The flap of skin containing areola and nipple is displaced and excessive fat, breast tissue, and skin are removed to lessen the size of your mammary gland. In the next step, breasts are reshaped, areola and nipples are again placed over the reduced breasts and stitches are given. In some cases, when a large amount of tissue and fat is removed, skin flap with areola and nipples is detached and repositioned at a higher level according to the new size. Drainage tubes are inserted into the breasts to drain away blood and fluid. Bandages are applied over the stitched incisions. You are asked to wear a surgical bra. It is tried to make both breasts look alike; however, small variations in the size of breasts and areola can be there.
Surgery can last between 2 to 5 hours and sometimes even longer depending upon the size of your breasts and amount of fat and tissue that is to be removed - an overnight stay as an inpatient is required. After monitoring your condition, you are discharged from the hospital. You have to stay for at least 14 days in Calle Guayubin Olivo for follow up procedures. Regular check-ups are advised in the first few days after surgery. Oral pain killers are given to deal with pain and swelling. Stitches are removed in 2 weeks after which you are allowed to go home. In case you notice any redness, secretion, abnormal pain or inflammation, consult your doctor.
It takes several months for recovery from a breast reduction surgery. You cannot go to work for 1 to 2 weeks after the surgery. There will be pain and swelling in the initial days for which you are given some medicines. Avoid intensive physical activity for at least 1 month. You are asked not to wear underwire bras for a few months. You are allowed to wear a normal bra after 4 weeks. It takes 6 to 8 weeks for the swelling and tenderness to go away. Even after complete recovery, scars do not disappear. However, they are faded and become less visible. Changes continue to take place for a year after going through this surgery.
You should consider the following points to take care of yourself after surgery:
Breast reduction mammoplasty is found to be successful in most of the cases. According to a survey, 80% of women are satisfied with the results of the surgery. This effectively reduces neck pain, back pain, headache, and shoulder pain, with your breasts no longer sagging and causing these problems. Respiratory and circulatory problems are also resolved. In case this surgery is not successful, it leaves prominent scars which can be subjected to hypertrophy. There might be less than the required amount of tissue and fat removal. Sometimes, more breast tissue is removed leaving your chest flat. A secondary breast reduction surgery is performed to cope with this.
For an in-depth and personal review of the pros and cons of Breast Reduction, including before and after shots, watch this video blog.
Following are some alternatives to reduce your breast size without going through a surgery:
Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 28/11/2020.