Whether you’ve just recently undergone breast reduction surgery or if you’re simply researching the ins and outs of the treatment, here at Gary Ross we’ve created this video to tackle one of the most common questions following the procedure.
Breast reduction surgery typically involves the removal of excess skin and with this change and overall alteration, it requires an incision which brings about initial scarring. A person can choose to have just a vertical scar or a vertical scar alongside a bottom scar which is often referred to as the anchor incision.
By watching the above video, Gary goes into what the scarring looks like after the first week, the sixth week as well as after a full year. This gives you a clear idea of what to expect in your recovery and it visually shows you how the breast reduction scars change over time.
As you’ll see, long-term, breast reduction scars heal and fade well with it being rare to face problems with scars following surgery. If you’d like more information on the procedure or if you’re experiencing a different aesthetic appearance following treatment that you’d like advice on, you can get in touch by contacting us here or by calling 0161 401 4064.
You can also visit our breast reduction case study page to view the results of our previously performed treatments.