Learn More About Breast Reduction at Aurora Health Care
What is Breast Reduction Surgery?
Breast reduction is a surgery to remove excess tissue and fat from a woman’s breasts. Although it’s usually considered an elective surgery, there are some cases when it may be necessary to improve function and reduce chronic pain due to overly large breasts.
How is Breast Reduction Performed?
Before surgery, you will be given anesthesia to keep you from feeling pain during the procedure. Your surgeon will recommend either intravenous sedation or general anesthesia. Once the anesthesia has taken effect, your surgeon will begin breast reconstruction.
Why Should I Choose Aurora Health Care for my Breast Reduction Surgery?
Reconstructive plastic surgeons at Aurora Health Care have years of experience and have helped many people. They understand what an important and life-changing decision you have in front of you, and they will work with you to make sure you get the best care possible. Our staff will be with you every step of the way to help and support you through the process.
Experience and Expertise
Every reconstructive plastic surgeon at Aurora is board certified and dedicated to your safety. With years of experience and thousands of successful procedures behind us, Aurora’s multidisciplinary team focuses entirely on developing and delivering a treatment plan tailored to your needs.
Success and Safety
At Aurora Health Care, your safety is our first priority. We go to great lengths to make sure that every procedure we perform is both safe and successful.
Is Breast Reduction Surgery Covered by Insurance?
Breast reduction surgery may be considered medically necessary if overly large breasts are negatively affecting a woman’s health. For example, some women experience back pain and problems because of the weight of their breasts. In this case, some insurance companies may cover the procedure. But, sometimes, breast reduction is considered an elective procedure and, in that case, most insurance companies will not cover it. Talk with your surgeon and your insurance company to find out what likely will be covered for you.
How Do I Find a Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon at Aurora Health Care?
Learn more about our board certified reconstructive plastic surgeons or schedule a consultation.