Before your breast reduction procedure you will need to have a consultation with the surgeon performing the reduction surgery.
This is the time to consider the size and shape you desire. Be sure to discuss your expectations and what a realistic outcome might be for your situation.
Insurance concerns should also be discussed as some insurers will only cover breast reduction surgery that they consider to be “non-cosmetic”.
This is the time for a thorough physical examination. You will need to be in a reasonable state of health before any surgery can take place.
Photos should be taken at this time as a reference point, a medico legal document and for any insurance purposes.
Before your consultation it is a good idea to write down any questions you have in general so you can get them out of the way early on in the process.
Associate Professor Guy Hingston MBChB FRACS Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon