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Breast Reduction.

Reduction mammoplasty is a procedure where fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts are removed. The goal is to give a woman smaller breasts in proportion with the rest of her body. If you are considering a reduction mammoplasty, this section will give you a basic understanding of the procedure.

If you’re considering breast reduction…

Women with very large, pendulous breasts may experience a variety of medical problems caused by the excessive weight-from back and neck pain and skin irritation to skeletal deformities and breathing problems.

Bra straps may leave indentations in their shoulders. And unusually large breasts can make a woman — or a teenage girl — feel extremely self-conscious.

Breast reduction, technically known as reduction mammoplasty, is designed for such women. The procedure removes fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts, making them smaller, lighter, and firmer. It can also reduce the size of the areola, the darker skin surrounding the nipple. The goal is to give the woman smaller, better-shaped breasts in proportion with the rest of her body.

If you’re considering breast reduction, this will give you a basic understanding of the procedure — when it can help, how it’s performed, and what results you can expect. It can’t answer all of your questions, since a lot depends on your individual circumstances. Please be sure to ask your doctor if there is anything about the procedure you don’t understand.

The best candidates for breast reduction surgery

Breast reduction is usually performed for physical relief rather than simply cosmetic improvement. Most women who have the surgery are troubled by very large, sagging breasts that restrict their activities and cause them physical discomfort.

In most cases, breast reduction isn’t performed until a woman’s breasts are fully developed; however, it can be done earlier if large breasts are causing serious physical discomfort. The best candidates are those who are mature enough to fully understand the procedure and have realistic expectations about the results. Breast reduction is not recommended for women who intend to breast-feed.

All breast surgery carries some uncertainty and risk

Breast reduction is not a simple operation, but it’s normally safe when performed by a qualified plastic surgeon. Nevertheless, as with any surgery, there is always a possibility of complications, including bleeding, infection, or reaction to the anesthesia. Some patients develop small sores around their nipples after surgery; these can be treated with antibiotic creams. You can reduce your risks by closely following your physician’s advice both before and after surgery.

The procedure does leave noticeable, permanent scars, although they’ll be covered by your bra or bathing suit. (Poor healing and wider scars are more common in smokers.) The procedure can also leave you with slightly mismatched breasts or unevenly positioned nipples. Future breast-feeding may not be possible, since the surgery removes many of the milk ducts leading to the nipples.

Some patients may experience a permanent loss of feeling in their nipples or breasts. Rarely, the nipple and areola may lose their blood supply and the tissue will die. (The nipple and areola can usually be rebuilt, however, using skin grafts from elsewhere on the body.)

Planning your breast reduction surgery

In your initial consultation, it’s important to discuss your expectations frankly with your surgeon, and to listen to his or her opinion. Every patient — and every physician, as well — has a different view of what is a desirable size and shape for breasts.

The surgeon will examine and measure your breasts, and will probably photograph them for reference during surgery and afterwards. (The photographs may also be used in the processing of your insurance coverage.) He or she will discuss the variables that may affect the procedure-such as your age, the size and shape of your breasts, and the condition of your skin. You should also discuss where the nipple and areola will be positioned; they’ll be moved higher during the procedure, and should be approximately even with the crease beneath your breasts.

Your surgeon should describe the procedure in detail, explaining its risks and limitations and making sure you understand the scarring that will result. The surgeon should also explain the anesthesia he or she will use, the facility where the surgery will be performed, and the costs. (Some insurance companies will pay for breast reduction if it’s medically necessary; however, they may require that a certain amount of breast tissue be removed. Check your policy, and have your surgeon write a “predetermination letter” if required.)

Your surgeon may require you to have a mammogram (breast x-ray) before surgery. You’ll also get specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines on eating and drinking, smoking, and taking or avoiding certain vitamins and medications. Some surgeons suggest that their patients diet before the operation.

Breast reduction doesn’t usually require a blood transfusion. However, if a large amount of breast tissue will be removed, your physician may advise you to have a unit of blood drawn ahead of time. That way, if a transfusion should be needed, your own blood can be used.

While you’re making preparations, be sure to arrange for someone to drive you home after your surgery and to help you out for a few days if needed.

Your breast lift may be performed in a hospital, an outpatient surgery center, or a surgeon’s office-based facility. It’s usually done on an outpatient basis, for cost containment and convenience. If you’re admitted to the hospital as an inpatient, you can expect to stay one or two days.

Breast reduction is nearly always performed under general anesthesia. You’ll be asleep through the entire operation.

After surgery, you’ll be wrapped in an elastic bandage or a surgical bra over gauze dressings. A small tube may be placed in each breast to drain off blood and fluids for the first day or two.

You may feel some pain for the first couple of days — especially when you move around or cough — and some discomfort for a week or more. Your surgeon will prescribe medication to lessen the pain.

The bandages will be removed a day or two after surgery, though you’ll continue wearing the surgical bra around the clock for several weeks, until the swelling and bruising subside. Your stitches will be removed in one to three weeks.

If your breast skin is very dry following surgery, you can apply a moisturizer several times a day, but be sure to keep the suture area dry.

Your first menstruation following surgery may cause your breasts to swell and hurt. You may also experience random, shooting pains for a few months. You can expect some loss of feeling in your nipples and breast skin, caused by the swelling after surgery. This usually fades over the next six weeks or so. In some patients, however, it may last a year or more, and occasionally it may be permanent.

Although you may be up and about in a day or two, your breasts may still ache occasionally for a couple of weeks. You should avoid lifting or pushing anything heavy for three or four weeks.

Your surgeon will give you detailed instructions for resuming your normal activities. Most women can return to work (if it’s not too strenuous) and social activities in about two weeks. But you’ll have much less stamina for several weeks, and should limit your exercises to stretching, bending, and swimming until your energy level returns. You’ll also need a good athletic bra for support.
You may be instructed to avoid sex for a week or more, since sexual arousal can cause your incisions to swell, and to avoid anything but gentle contact with your breasts for about six weeks.

A small amount of fluid draining from your surgical wound, or some crusting, is normal. If you have any unusual symptoms, such as bleeding or severe pain, don’t hesitate to call your doctor.

Although much of the swelling and bruising will disappear in the first few weeks, it may be six months to a year before your breasts settle into their new shape. Even then, their shape may fluctuate in response to your hormonal shifts, weight changes, and pregnancy.

Your surgeon will make every effort to make your scars as inconspicuous as possible. Still, it’s important to remember that breast reduction scars are extensive and permanent. They often remain lumpy and red for months, then gradually become less obvious, sometimes eventually fading to thin white lines. Fortunately, the scars can usually be placed so that you can wear even low-cut tops.

Of all plastic surgery procedures, breast reduction results in the quickest body-image changes. You’ll be rid of the physical discomfort of large breasts, your body will look better proportioned, and clothes will fit you better.

However, as much as you may have desired these changes, you’ll need time to adjust to your new image-as will your family and friends. Be patient with yourself, and with them. Keep in mind why you had this surgery, and chances are that, like most women, you’ll be pleased with the results.

Meet Dr. Manuel Gutiérrez also known as "Dr. Tijuana"

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Meet Dr. Manuel Gutiérrez Romero, one of the only few board certified plastic surgeon in Tijuana, with over 20 years of experience, giving outstanding results in each of his surgeries. Considered one of the best plastic surgeons in Mexico, Dr. Manuel Gutiérrez has won the recognition of many associations of plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery in Mexico.

Overview

Dr. Manuel Gutierrez is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon with more than 20 years of experience, he has a track record of quality, safeness and excellence!

Offering a wide range of plastic and aesthetic procedures in Tijuana Mexico for men and women, Dr. Manuel Gutierrez keeps enriching his knowledge and education through worldwide congresses and master meetings to offer a prime medical experience and the newest techniques of the plastic and aesthetic field.

Dr. Gutierrez is certified by the Mexican Board of Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery and he is as well an active member of the Mexican Association of Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery. During his vast experience Dr. Gutierrez has attended dozens of congresses and seminars to keep himself up to date with the latest techniques in plastic and cosmetic surgery.

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Asociations:

Board Certified Associations AMCPER, ISAPS, Estheticon & CCPERBC

Endorsed by Dr Miami

Dr Manuel is the only certified plastic surgeon in Mexico endorsed by the world famous Dr Miami. We’re just 2 minutes away from the US Tijuana border, plus we offer free VIP airport pickup. 

Reviews

I had been researching for over a year a PS both in the states and in Mexico. When i came across Dr. Gutierrez i was immediately drawn by his work and reviews. I followed him on IG and FB for over a year!, i finally had a consult with him,......

I am so happy I went to T.J. to have Dr. G as I call him do my surgery. It was a very pleasant and awesome experience. I had a extended tummy tuck and breast lift with implants done. The whole staff was great, friendly and professional.....

I had a breast lift and implants in 2015 with Dr.Gutierrez and I would HIGHLY recommend him! He made me feel so comfortable, he’s very professional and friendly! I am very happy with my results and am considering visiting him again in the near future!....

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Breast Reduction In Tijuana

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WHY TIJUANA?

Breast reduction surgery in Tijuana, Mexico has been performed for over 25 years on thousands of women. This massive clinical experience attests to the safety of the procedure and its effectiveness in improving self-image and the quality of life for those patients who have had augmentation.

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Breast reduction Specialists like Dr Manuel Gutierrez offer a wide selection of breast augmentations procedures tailored to meet the desires of any individual, while reducing the size and the visibility of scars.

If you’re considering breast reduction…

Women with very large, pendulous breasts may experience a variety of medical problems caused by the excessive weight-from back and neck pain and skin irritation to skeletal deformities and breathing problems.

Bra straps may leave indentations in their shoulders. And unusually large breasts can make a woman — or a teenage girl — feel extremely self-conscious.

Breast reduction, technically known as reduction mammoplasty, is designed for such women. The procedure removes fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts, making them smaller, lighter, and firmer. It can also reduce the size of the areola, the darker skin surrounding the nipple. The goal is to give the woman smaller, better-shaped breasts in proportion with the rest of her body.

If you’re considering breast reduction, this will give you a basic understanding of the procedure — when it can help, how it’s performed, and what results you can expect. It can’t answer all of your questions, since a lot depends on your individual circumstances.

Please be sure to ask your doctor if there is anything about the procedure you don’t understand.

Meet Dr Manuel Gutierrez also known as
"Dr. Tijuana"

Play Video

Meet Dr Manuel Gutierrez, one of the only few board certified plastic surgeon in Tijuana, with over 20 years of experience, giving outstanding results in each of his surgeries. Considered one of the best plastic surgeons in Mexico, Dr Manuel Gutierrez has won the recognition of many associations of plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery in Mexico.

Credential & Diplomas

Dr Manuel Gutierrez is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon with more than 20 years of experience, he has a track record of quality, safeness and excellence!

Offering a wide range of plastic and aesthetic procedures in Tijuana Mexico for men and women, Dr Manuel Gutierrez keeps enriching his knowledge and education through worldwide congresses and master meetings to offer a prime medical experience and the newest techniques of the plastic and aesthetic field.

Dr Manuel Gutierrez is certified by the Mexican Board of Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery and he is as well an active member of the Mexican Association of Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery. During his vast experience Dr. Gutierrez has attended dozens of congresses and seminars to keep himself up to date with the latest techniques in plastic and cosmetic surgery.

Publicity Release Key: 153301201A2395

Asociations:

Board Certified Associations AMCPER, ISAPS, Estheticon & CCPERBC

The best candidates for breast reduction surgery

Breast reduction is usually performed for physical relief rather than simply cosmetic improvement. Most women who have the surgery are troubled by very large, sagging breasts that restrict their activities and cause them physical discomfort.

In most cases, breast reduction isn’t performed until a woman’s breasts are fully developed; however, it can be done earlier if large breasts are causing serious physical discomfort. The best candidates are those who are mature enough to fully understand the procedure and have realistic expectations about the results. Breast reduction is not recommended for women who intend to breast-feed.

All breast surgery carries some uncertainty and risk

Breast reduction is not a simple operation, but it’s normally safe when performed by a qualified plastic surgeon. Nevertheless, as with any surgery, there is always a possibility of complications, including bleeding, infection, or reaction to the anesthesia. Some patients develop small sores around their nipples after surgery; these can be treated with antibiotic creams. You can reduce your risks by closely following your physician’s advice both before and after surgery. The procedure does leave noticeable, permanent scars, although they’ll be covered by your bra or bathing suit. (Poor healing and wider scars are more common in smokers.) The procedure can also leave you with slightly mismatched breasts or unevenly positioned nipples. Future breast-feeding may not be possible, since the surgery removes many of the milk ducts leading to the nipples. Some patients may experience a permanent loss of feeling in their nipples or breasts. Rarely, the nipple and areola may lose their blood supply and the tissue will die. (The nipple and areola can usually be rebuilt, however, using skin grafts from elsewhere on the body.)

Endorsed by Dr Miami

Dr Manuel is the only certified plastic surgeon in Mexico endorsed by the world famous Dr Miami. We’re just 2 minutes away from the US Tijuana border, plus we offer free VIP airport pickup. 

Reviews and testimonials.

I had been researching for over a year a PS both in the states and in Mexico. When i came across Dr. Gutierrez i was immediately drawn by his work and reviews. I followed him on IG and FB for over a year!, i finally had a consult with him,......click photo to keep reading
I am so happy I went to T.J. to have Dr. G as I call him do my surgery. It was a very pleasant and awesome experience. I had a extended tummy tuck and breast lift with implants done. The whole staff was great, friendly and professional..... click photo to keep reading
I had a breast lift and implants in 2015 with Dr.Gutierrez and I would HIGHLY recommend him! He made me feel so comfortable, he’s very professional and friendly! I am very happy with my results and am considering visiting him again in the near future!....click photo to keep reading

The Process

surgeon, and to listen to his or her opinion. Every patient — and every physician, as well — has a different view of what is a desirable size and shape for breasts.

The surgeon will examine and measure your breasts, and will probably photograph them for reference during surgery and afterwards. (The photographs may also be used in the processing of your insurance coverage.) He or she will discuss the variables that may affect the procedure-such as your age, the size and shape of your breasts, and the condition of your skin. You should also discuss where the nipple and areola will be positioned; they’ll be moved higher during the procedure, and should be approximately even with the crease beneath your breasts.

Your surgeon should describe the procedure in detail, explaining its risks and limitations and making sure you understand the scarring that will result. The surgeon should also explain the anesthesia he or she will use, the facility where the surgery will be performed, and the costs. (Some insurance companies will pay for breast reduction if it’s medically necessary; however, they may require that a certain amount of breast tissue be removed. Check your policy, and have your surgeon write a “predetermination letter” if required.)

The surgeon will examine and measure your breasts, and will probably photograph them for reference during surgery and afterwards. (The photographs may also be used in the processing of your insurance coverage.) He or she will discuss the variables that may affect the procedure-such as your age, the size and shape of your breasts, and the condition of your skin. You should also discuss where the nipple and areola will be positioned; they’ll be moved higher during the procedure, and should be approximately even with the crease beneath your breasts.

Your surgeon should describe the procedure in detail, explaining its risks and limitations and making sure you understand the scarring that will result. The surgeon should also explain the anesthesia he or she will use, the facility where the surgery will be performed, and the costs. (Some insurance companies will pay for breast reduction if it’s medically necessary; however, they may require that a certain amount of breast tissue be removed. Check your policy, and have your surgeon write a “predetermination letter” if required.)

Be sure to discuss your expectations frankly with him. He will be equally frank with you, describing your alternatives and the risks and limitations of each. You may want to ask your surgeon for a copy of the manufacturer’s insert that comes with the implant he or she will use — just so you are fully informed about it. And, be sure to tell your surgeon if you smoke, and if you’re taking any medications, vitamins, or other drugs.

Your surgeon should also explain the type of anesthesia to be used, the type of facility where the surgery will be performed, and the costs involved. Because most insurance companies do not consider breast augmentation to be medically necessary, carriers generally do not cover the cost of this procedure.

Your surgeon may require you to have a mammogram (breast x-ray) before surgery. You’ll also get specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines on eating and drinking, smoking, and taking or avoiding certain vitamins and medications. Some surgeons suggest that their patients diet before the operation.

Breast reduction doesn’t usually require a blood transfusion. However, if a large amount of breast tissue will be removed, your physician may advise you to have a unit of blood drawn ahead of time. That way, if a transfusion should be needed, your own blood can be used.

While you’re making preparations, be sure to arrange for someone to drive you home after your surgery and to help you out for a few days if needed.

Breast reduction is generally done in an ambulatory surgical facility, as an outpatient procedure. The surgery itself usually takes two to three hours, but may take longer in some cases. You can expect to remain in the recovery room for several hours after the surgery.

Breast reduction is nearly — always performed under general
anesthesia. You’ll be — asleep through the entire operation.

After surgery, you’ll be wrapped in an elastic bandage or a surgical bra over gauze dressings. A small tube may be placed in each breast to drain off blood and fluids for the first day or two.

You may feel some pain for the first couple of days — especially when you move around or cough — and some discomfort for a week or more. Your surgeon will prescribe medication to lessen the pain.

The bandages will be removed a day or two after surgery, though you’ll continue wearing the surgical bra around the clock for several weeks, until the swelling and bruising subside. Your stitches will be removed in one to three weeks.

If your breast skin is very dry following surgery, you can apply a moisturizer several times a day, but be sure to keep the suture area dry.

Your first menstruation following surgery may cause your breasts to swell and hurt. You may also experience random, shooting pains for a few months. You can expect some loss of feeling in your nipples and breast skin, caused by the swelling after surgery. This usually fades over the next six weeks or so. In some patients, however, it may last a year or more, and occasionally it may be permanent.

Although you may be up and about in a day or two, your breasts may still ache occasionally for a couple of weeks. You should avoid lifting or pushing anything heavy for three or four weeks.

Your surgeon will give you detailed instructions for resuming your normal activities. Most women can return to work (if it’s not too strenuous) and social activities in about two weeks. But you’ll have much less stamina for several weeks, and should limit your exercises to stretching, bending, and swimming until your energy level returns. You’ll also need a good athletic bra for support.

You may be instructed to avoid sex for a week or more, since sexual arousal can cause your incisions to swell, and to avoid anything but gentle contact with your breasts for about six weeks.

A small amount of fluid draining from your surgical wound, or some crusting, is normal. If you have any unusual — symptoms, such as — bleeding or severe pain, don’t hesitate to call your doctor.

Although much of the swelling and bruising will disappear in the first few weeks, it may be six months to a year before your breasts settle into their new shape. Even then, their shape may fluctuate in response to your hormonal shifts, weight changes, and pregnancy.

Your surgeon will make every effort to make your scars as inconspicuous as possible. Still, it’s important to remember that breast reduction scars are extensive and permanent. They often remain lumpy and red for months, then gradually become less obvious, sometimes eventually fading to thin white lines. Fortunately, the scars can usually be placed so that you can wear even low-cut tops.

Of all plastic surgery procedures, breast reduction results in the quickest body-image changes. You’ll be rid of the physical discomfort of large breasts, your body will look better proportioned, and clothes will fit you better.

However, as much as you may have desired these changes, you’ll need time to adjust to your new image-as will your family and friends. Be patient with yourself, and with them. Keep in mind why you had this surgery, and chances are that, like most women, you’ll be pleased with the results.

The day of the surgery.

Because many of the Breast Reduction patients of Dr. Manuel in Tijuana Mexico have never had surgery, it is understandable that they are curious, and sometimes nervous, about what will be the day of their surgery. Do not worry Dr. Manuel wants you to be as confortable as possible! On the day of surgery, you will arrive at the surgical center after having fasted since midnight the night before, or 12 hours, whichever is longer. Fasting is necessary since you will receive general anesthesia for your surgery, a strong sedative medication, which, if you have food in your stomach, can cause complications. When you are ready to prepare for surgery, you will be returned to the preoperative room, where a team of nurses and other medical professionals will prepare you for your procedure. This includes taking your vital signs to confirm that you are healthy enough on the day of surgery for the procedure. When the time comes for the big surgery, you will walk back with the team to the operating room. After a licensed anesthesiologist has given you general anesthesia, you will quickly move quickly to sleep and will not be aware of your procedure. During all the time you are under anesthesia, your vital signs will be monitored to ensure your full health and safety. Dr. Manuel Gutierrez will begin the Breast Reduction procedure by first performing liposuction at the agreed open harvest site, the area of your body where both agree that you have the most unwanted fat deposits. Liposuction is done by making small incisions in the treatment area, then inserting a thin tube called a cannula. The cannula moves back and forth to suck out the fat. The exact amount of fat that Dr. Manuel will eliminate depends on his unique treatment plan and the desired results previously reported. After the liposuction is performed, the collected fat will be filtered immediately and prepared for injection into the gluteal muscles. If he is not yet positioned face down, the surgical team will reposition him, face down, so that Dr. Manuel can get to work, providing the desired and well-formed back. He will take the collected and filtered fat and inject it into the muscles of the buttocks to give him a more curvaceous butt. Once your surgery is over, you will be taken to a recovery room and staffed by a recovery team of nurses and medical technicians. It is in this room that you will rise upside down (remember, you can not press your buttocks for 2 weeks after surgery) and you will recover from the effects of plastic surgery. Your vital signs will also be monitored. You may experience some nausea as you leave the effects of general anesthesia, which is a completely normal side effect. For most patients in Tijuana Mexico, a Breast Reduction is an outpatient procedure *. Once your recovery team has considered it safe to do so, they will let you go home to rest and relax. However, due to the strong general anesthesia you received for your surgery, you will not be able to drive home. Instead, you will need a family member or friend to do that task for you.

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