Breast reduction surgery can successfully improve pain, discomfort and embarrassment that is frequently associated with large breasts. Mr Floyd uses a supero-medial pedicle with either the ‘inverted T’ or the vertical scar technique depending on the individual characteristics of the breast.
(Please note that all images are original and un-modified and consent has been kindly given for their use)
A 30 yr old patient who was 30GG and complained of back ache. She had a reduction by Mr Floyd and is now a 30DD, the back pain has resolved. The second picture was taken 4 months after surgery.
A 46 yr old lady was 30F with painful and heavy breasts. She had a reduction by David Floyd and is now a 32C. The second picture was taken 8 months following surgery.
A 41 yr old lady was 32DD with neck and back pain. She had a reduction by Mr Floyd and is now 32C. Her neck and back pain has resolved. The second picture was taken 6 months after surgery.
|Length of surgery||2-3 hours|
|Overnight or day case||Overnight and always performed in a hospital operating theatre|
|Risks and Complications :|
|Frequent||Bruising, swelling, change in nipple sensation, temporary numbness|
|Infrequent||Infection, delayed wound healing, bleeding(haematoma), nipple necrosis, asymmetry, poor scarring,|
|Recovery||5-7 days before socialising with friends and family
7-10 days off work
1st dressing at 1 week
driving 2 weeks
return to the gym 6 weeks
travel abroad 3-4 weeks
|Follow-up||1 week, 6 weeks, 3 months, 6 months|
“It has truly been a life changing operation and I very much appreciate your skill in doing such a fantastic job”
– H.C Bilateral Breast Reduction