Robert L. Cucin MD FACS

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

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Reduction Mammoplasty

     Breast reduction is generally carried out on an ambulatory basis in the hospital under general anaesthesia with or without an overnight hospitalization.  Incisions and resulting scars are around the nipple and beneath the breast with a short connecting limb and described as an "anchor" or "inverted-T" pattern. The sutures are generally left in about 2 weeks and patients return to work at the end of the second or third week. Insurance covers reduction of breasts so large as to cause symptoms of neck and back pain.

     You may peruse some surgical before and after results.

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Breast Reduction

ASPS Logomastopexy/breast reduction

Excision Pattern and Resulting “Anchor” or “Inverted T” Scar