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Overview

 

Ladies with very large nipples may wish for them to be reduced in size. This should be thought about very carefully before any surgery. The procedure is a relatively simple one without complications and results are generally excellent in the long term.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What type of anaesthetic is used?

    Mr Banwell recommends the surgery be performed under local anaesthesia although some patient elect to have this performed under general anaesthesia undertaken by a specialist anaesthetist.

  • What happens after the procedure?

    The procedure is relatively minor in terms of recovery and most women are able to return to the activities of daily living immediately. The sutures used need to be removed at 2 weeks. A small dressing is applied and this will be removed at one week at the first postoperative visit.

  • What are the risks?

    Bleeding, infection, nipple necrosis and inability to breast feed should be noted.

  • What costs are involved?
    • Surgical fees 
    • Hospital fees 
    • Specialist anaesthetist fee 

Please contact Mr Banwell's office on 01342 330302 or email help@paulebanwell.com for further information.

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At a Glance

SURGERY TIME
60 Minutes

HOSPITAL STAY
Outpatients

ANAESTHETIC ASSESSMENT
No

PRE ADMISSION TESTS
No

SLEEPING POSITION
Sleeping on back recommended for 4 weeks.

REASONABLY MOBILE
Immediately

WASHING
Shower after 1 day. Bath after 2 weeks.

DRIVING
1 Week

EXERCISE INCLUDING GYM
8 weeks

SEXUAL ACTIVITY
Restricted activity after 4 weeks

FULL RECOVERY
2 weeks

TIME OFF WORK
None

BRAS & GARMENTS
Sports bra worn for 8 weeks. Wired bra after 2 months.

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