about 1.5-2 Hours
Immediate effect, final result after 2-3 months
from € 6700.-
Initial consultation for new patients: € 50.-
Advance bank transfer, cash or bank transfer payment possible. Credit card only in selected cases.
This happens before the operation
Many women suffer from their big breasts. The breast is big, heavy and hangs, the patient does not feel well with her chest, suffers from back pain, the bother disturbs in everyday life and in sports. I have a lot of experience after a thousand operations in the thoracic surgery and work on the 4D concept. This means an accurate analysis of surface changes, volume depletion or loss, gravity and proportions.
After a comprehensive initial discussion, in which desire and possibilities are debated, the conclusion can be represented by means of a 3D planning of the “desire bosom”. The patient sees in the 3D scan exactly how her breasts might look after the operation, gets security and can imagine the result better. One can see exactly which implant fits best to one’s own body and can look at one’s own breast in advance after the operation. It is also important to show what is “not possible”. We are 100% honest in advance and do not unrealistic expectations.
There are findings that have a medical indication – for example, if the big breast is proven to cause significant physical discomfort. If this is the case, the costs for a breast reduction are partially or completely covered by the health insurance. For many health insurances, the minimum amount of fat and gland tissue to be removed is 500g per breast.
This happens during and after the operation
To reduce the volume of the breasts, glandular fat tissue is removed and the breast is remodeled. Breast reduction is usually done with a T-cut, as both skin and glandular tissue must be removed. The breast reduction is performed in a light general anesthetic. The surgery itself takes 1.5 – 2 hours.
Breast reduction surgery takes place in Vienna on a daily basis and in general anesthesia. Overnight stays at the clinic is rarely necessary today for medical reasons. At discharge, you will receive a support bra that you should wear for 6 weeks. One will be able to work again after 1 to 2 weeks, but should refrain from sports activities in the first 6 weeks. After 2-3 days it comes to plaster change, after about 2 weeks for gentle suture removal.
Our team and doctors are always available for you should you have any questions. In case of emergency you can always contact us on our mobile number.
Dr. Rolf Bartsch: +43 69911222000
Further follow-up appointments in our surgery are important to accompany the healing process optimally and are agreed with you before the procedure.
After a successful operation and waiting for the healing process, you have no pain, can breastfeed and make any sport easily.