Portland Plastic Surgery Group
1200 Northwest Naito Parkway #310
Portland, OR 97209
Phone: (503) 292-9200
Fax: (503) 292-9205
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Breast Reduction in Portland
Although many women desire larger breasts, there are also many women who are frustrated with breasts that are too large. Breast reduction, also known as reduction mammaplasty, is a procedure that reduces excess breast fat, tissue, and skin in order to achieve a more proportionate breast size. The board-certified and board-eligible plastic surgeons at Portland Plastic Surgery Group perform breast reduction for Portland, Oregon, women who are seeking relief from the physical and emotional burden of overly large breasts.
Before & After Photos
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Your Breast Reduction
A breast reduction reduces the size of disproportionately large breasts. By reducing your breast size, you may also benefit from:
- Back, neck, and shoulder pain relief
- Reduced sagging or stretched skin
- Improve your self-esteem
- Body contours that are balanced and proportionate
- Comfortably engage in physical activities
- Build confidence in choosing your wardrobe selections
- Experience relief with healing rashes under your breasts or bra strap grooves on your shoulders
How much does breast reduction cost?
The cost for a breast reduction surgery starts at $9,350 which includes our board-certified plastic surgeon’s fee, the surgical assistant’s fee, the cost of garments needed after your surgery, the surgery facility’s fee, the anesthesiologist’s fee, and CosmetAssure insurance. This cost may vary depending on the complexity of your surgery and the amount of time needed for the operation. A personalized quote will be provided at your consultation once you and your surgeon have decided on your surgical plan.
Five Providers, One Goal
Combining artistry with the science of medicine, board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. Shannon O'Brien, Dr. H. Daniel Zegzula and Dr. Austin Hayes, board-eligible plastic surgeon Dr. Kyle Baltrusch, and Colleen Phillips, PA-C serve women and men in Portland.
*Dr. Zegzula and Dr. O'Brien are Fellows of the American College of Surgeons
Procedure & Recovery
In addition to other methods, our surgeons perform “short scar” breast reduction. This method can achieve results with less scarring than other techniques; however, not all surgeons have the education or experience to offer the short scar option.
With the short scar technique of breast reduction, incisions are made around the areola, then directly downward to the breast crease. This method of breast reduction does not make a horizontal incision along the breast crease, causing less scarring than other breast reduction methods. It is with the use of this incision (often compared to a lollipop) that excess breast skin and tissue are reduced.
After your breast reduction, bandages will reduce breast movement, to protect your results and reduce discomfort. After the bandages have been taken off, a special surgical bra must be worn. You will be instructed to avoid strenuous activity for several weeks. Although the healing process differs from patient to patient, following instructions after surgery can help ensure a quick, comfortable, and complete recovery from breast reduction.