Breast Reduction in Plano, TX & Desoto, TX

Breast Reduction Surgery, or reduction mammaplasty, aims to reduce the size and weight of large breasts. During this procedure, excess breast tissue, fat, and skin are removed to make your breasts more proportionate to your body and to relieve discomfort caused by overly large breasts. As part of the procedure, the surgeon makes incisions around the areola and down the breast. Surgeons use these incisions to remove excess tissue and fat, reshape the remaining breast tissue, and reposition the nipple. The incisions are then closed with stitches. This surgery, usually performed under general anesthesia, typically takes about three to five hours, depending on how much reduction is needed.

Breast Reduction in Plano, TX & Desoto, TX, is ideal for those who suffer from back, neck, or shoulder pain due to large breasts. It is also a good option for those with skin irritation under the breast crease or difficulty participating in physical activities because of their breast size. Patients can expect smaller, more lifted breasts, improved posture, and relief from physical discomfort. Long-term results of breast reduction surgery are expected, though weight changes and aging can affect breast shape over time. To explore this option and improve your quality of life, book an appointment at Noble Cosmetic Surgery in Plano, TX & Desoto, TX today.

Benefits of Breast Reduction

  • Relieves back, neck, and shoulder pain
  • Reduces skin irritation and rashes
  • Improves ability to engage in physical activities
  • Enhances overall body proportion and symmetry
  • Provides a more youthful breast appearance
  • Improves posture and spinal alignment
  • Boosts self-confidence and self-image
  • Eases the fitting of clothing and bras
  • Reduces limitations on wardrobe choices
  • Decreases the risk of skin infections under the breast crease


Most patients can expect to take about one to two weeks off work and regular activities following breast reduction surgery. Please refrain from heavy exercise and any excessive lifting for at least four to six weeks following surgery. Full recovery, including resolving swelling and bruising, can take several months.

Yes, breast reduction surgery does result in some scarring. The extent and visibility of scars depend on the surgical technique and your body’s healing process. Over time, scars fade and can be minimized with proper aftercare and scar treatments recommended by your surgeon.

It is possible that breast reduction surgery will impact your ability to breastfeed, depending on the extent of tissue removal and whether the milk ducts and nerves are affected. Discussing your breastfeeding plans with your surgeon before the procedure is important to understand the potential risks.

Ideally, breast reduction surgery is suitable for people who suffer from physical discomfort like back, neck, or shoulder pain caused by large breasts. For proper healing, candidates should also be healthy, realistic in their expectations, and non-smokers or willing to quit smoking.

Under general anesthesia, the procedure is usually performed painlessly while you are asleep. Sometimes, depending on the specific circumstances and your surgeon’s recommendation, local anesthesia with sedation may be an option.

Breast reduction surgery is covered differently by each insurance provider and policy. Many insurance companies will cover the procedure if it is deemed medically necessary because large breasts may cause physical discomfort or health problems. Be sure to check with your insurance company and obtain any required documentation or referrals before the surgery.

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