Breast Reduction Turkey All-inclusive

Breast Reduction Turkey All-inclusive

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The average cost of Breast reduction in Turkey ranges from 2596$ to 7598$.

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Breast reduction surgery prices in 2024 vary depending on the degree of breast size reduction and the hospital. For the most up-to-date price information, you can contact Estevien Clinic.

Estevien Clinic is an aesthetic and plastic surgery clinic located in Istanbul. The clinic’s founder and chief physician, Dr. Okan Morkoç, is a plastic surgery specialist who specializes in breast reduction surgery. Dr. Morkoç has over 20 years of experience in breast reduction surgery.

​📍​Procedure NameBreast Reduction Surgery (Reduction Mammoplasty)
​📍​PurposeTo reduce the size of the breasts and improve breast shape by removing excess breast tissue, fat tissue, and skin
​📍​AnesthesiaGeneral or local anesthesia
​📍​Duration2-4 hours
​📍​Hospital Stay1 night
​📍​Recovery Time1-2 weeks
​📍​Post-Operative PainMild to moderate
​📍​RisksBleeding, infection, scarring, loss of nipple sensation
​📍​Ideal CandidatesWomen who experience physical and emotional problems due to large and sagging breasts
​📍​Benefits of Breast Reduction SurgeryReduced back, neck, and shoulder pain, increased self-confidence and quality of life

What is breast reduction surgery?

Breast reduction surgery, also known as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure that removes excess breast tissue, fat, and skin to decrease the size and reshape the breasts. It’s typically performed on women with large and/or sagging breasts experiencing physical or emotional problems due to their size.

Here’s a breakdown of the key points:

  • Reduce breast size: This can alleviate physical issues like back, neck, and shoulder pain, skin irritation, and difficulty finding fitting clothes.
  • Improve breast shape: The surgery can address sagging, asymmetry, and other concerns about breast appearance.
  • Enhance emotional well-being: Many women report increased self-confidence, improved quality of life, and fewer limitations due to their breasts.
  • Performed under general or local anesthesia.
  • Takes 2-4 hours in most cases.
  • Requires a 1-night hospital stay typically.
  • Recovery time is 1-2 weeks, with limitations on physical activity.
  • Eligibility: Not everyone qualifies. Consult a plastic surgeon to discuss your individual case.
  • Risks: Like any surgery, there are potential risks like bleeding, infection, scarring, and changes in nipple sensation.
  • Benefits: Carefully weigh the risks and benefits with your doctor to determine if it's right for you.
  • This is just a brief overview.
  • For personalized information and guidance, consult a board-certified plastic surgeon. They can assess your needs, explain the procedure in detail, and answer any questions you may have.

Are you a good candidate for breast reduction?

Determining if you’re a suitable candidate for breast reduction involves factors like physical discomfort, posture issues, and personal preference. Consult with Estevien Clinic to discuss your concerns, medical history, and goals for the procedure. We can assess your individual case and provide tailored advice based on our expertise.

Pros and Cons of Breast Reduction

This table provides general information and does not constitute medical advice. Always consult with Estevin Clinic for personalized guidance and decision-making.

AspectPros 😉​Cons 🥹​
ℹ️​ Physical Health- Reduced back, neck, and shoulder pain- Risk of bleeding, infection, and scarring
- Improved sleep and posture- Loss of nipple sensation in rare cases
- Easier exercise and physical activity- Potential for additional surgeries for revisions
- Reduced skin irritation and rashes
ℹ️​ Emotional Well-being- Increased self-confidence and body image- Possibility of unrealistic expectations or disappointment
- Decreased anxiety and depression related to breast size- Potential for emotional adjustment challenges
- Greater freedom in clothing choices
ℹ️​ Financial- Insurance may cover some or all costs in certain cases- Can be expensive depending on surgeon, facilities, and insurance coverage
- Improved quality of life can be worth the investment for some
ℹ️​ Post-operative Recovery- Most recover within 1-2 weeks- Pain and discomfort during healing
- Requires limitations on physical activity for a period- Scarring, though can fade over time
- Emotional adjustment during healing and recovery

How is breast reduction surgery performed?

Breast reduction surgery, technically called reduction mammoplasty, involves several steps performed under general or local anesthesia, depending on the surgeon’s preference and your medical history.

Here’s a breakdown:

  • Consultation: You'll discuss your goals, medical history, and expectations with a board-certified plastic surgeon. They'll examine your breasts, take measurements, and discuss different incision patterns and techniques.
  • Medical Tests: Blood tests, mammograms, and other tests may be required to assess your health and suitability for surgery.
  • Pre-Surgical Instructions: You'll receive instructions on stopping certain medications, avoiding smoking, and preparing your body for surgery.
  1. Anesthesia: General anesthesia induces sleep and pain relief, while local anesthesia numbs the area around the breasts.
  2. Incisions: The surgeon chooses the incision pattern based on your desired outcome and breast size. Common patterns include:
    • T-anchor: Incision around the areola, down the crease under the breast, and across the lower crease.
    • Vertical: Similar to T-anchor, but with a single vertical incision down the center of the breast.
    • Double anchor: Additional incisions create an anchor shape above the nipple.
  3. Tissue removal: Excess breast tissue, fat, and skin are carefully removed according to the pre-determined plan.
  4. Nipple and areola repositioning: Depending on the amount of tissue removed, the nipple and areola may be repositioned higher on the breast.
  5. Wound closure: The incisions are meticulously closed with absorbable sutures or surgical glue.
  6. Drainage tubes: In some cases, small tubes may be placed temporarily to drain excess fluid.
  • Recovery: You'll typically spend 1 night in the hospital for observation and pain management.
  • Bandages and Compression Garments: Your breasts will be bandaged, and you might wear a compression garment to support healing and reduce swelling.
  • Pain Management: You'll receive pain medication and instructions on managing discomfort at home.
  • Activity Restrictions: Avoid strenuous activities for several weeks to allow for proper healing.
  • Wound Care: Follow instructions for cleaning and caring for your incisions to prevent infection.
  • Follow-up Appointments: Regular check-ups with your surgeon are crucial to monitor healing and address any concerns.

Does getting a breast reduction leave scars?

Breast reduction surgery leaves scars due to necessary incisions. The extent and appearance vary based on the technique, your individual healing, and proper scar care. Scars typically fade over time and become less noticeable, but consultation with Estevien Clinic is crucial for personalized information and scar management strategies.

Recovery from breast reduction surgery

Recovery from breast reduction surgery typically takes 1-2 weeks, with the first week being the most crucial. Here’s what you can expect during each stage:

First week:

  • Expect pain and discomfort: You’ll likely experience pain around the incisions, which can be managed with medication prescribed by your surgeon.
  • Limited mobility: Avoid strenuous activities and lifting heavy objects. You may need help with daily tasks like bathing and dressing.
  • Swelling and bruising: Swelling around the breasts and upper body is normal and will gradually subside over the next few weeks.
  • Drainage tubes: In some cases, small tubes may be placed to drain excess fluid. Your surgeon will remove them when necessary.
  • Rest and recuperation: Focus on getting plenty of rest and sleep to promote healing.

Second week:

  • Increased activity: You can gradually start resuming light activities, but avoid anything that causes pain or discomfort.
  • Reduced pain: The pain should start to improve, and you may be able to taper off pain medication.
  • Stitches removal: Your surgeon will remove the stitches during a follow-up appointment.
  • Compression garment: You may need to continue wearing a compression garment to support healing and reduce swelling.

Third week onwards:

  • Return to normal activities: Most women can return to their normal activities by the third or fourth week after surgery.
  • Scarring: Scars will be initially red and raised, but they will gradually fade over time.
  • Exercise: You can gradually start exercising again, but avoid strenuous activities that put strain on the breasts.
  • Final results: It may take several months to see the final results of your surgery as swelling subsides and tissues settle.

Conclusion and Evaluation

If you are considering having breast reduction surgery at Estevien Clinic, we recommend that you have a preliminary consultation with Dr. Okan Morkoç. During this consultation, Dr. Morkoç will determine the most appropriate breast reduction surgery technique for you and inform you about breast reduction surgery prices in 2024 and the recovery process.