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Breast Reduction

Enhancing the breasts isn’t always about creating a larger chest. After enduring years of chronic discomfort and inconvenience, many of our clients come to The Roxbury Institute for help reducing their chest size and sculpting beautiful breasts that are more proportionate and manageable.

The Roxbury approach to breast reductions

A breast reduction isn’t simply about reducing your chest by a cup size or two.

At The Roxbury Institute, we aim to sculpt breasts that are not only smaller – but are also beautiful and feminine. We know that our clients don’t necessarily want to say goodbye to their full and voluminous breasts – they simply want a new chest that’s less heavy and more manageable.

To ensure that we deliver the precise outcome you’re looking for, we will spend a great deal of time with you before surgery learning about the ideal chest you’d like to possess. From there, we’ll take into account your body type, stature, and general preferences to help you create a chest that fits your body, works with your lifestyle and feels amazing to you.

What can CO2 laser resurfacing accomplish?

Women with large and heavy breasts tend to experience a wide range of physical and emotional challenges due to their chests. When this occurs, a breast reduction can alleviate these difficulties and deliver a host of appealing benefits, including:

  • Less physical discomfort
  • Enhanced breast shape
  • Smaller breasts that fit your body better
  • Breasts that are perky and more youthful
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Increased ability to exercise and participate in sports with ease
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Is a breast reduction right for you?

If you experience any of the following symptoms because of your large breasts, there’s a strong chance that you will benefit from an expertly performed reduction at The Roxbury Institute:

  • Breasts that are too large compared to the rest of your body
  • Chronic neck, back and shoulder pain
  • Poor posture
  • Heavy, drooping breasts
  • Rashes and irritation in the chest area
  • Asymmetrical breasts

What to expect during your breast reduction

We will begin your breast reduction by administering general anesthesia, which will put you to sleep and keep you safe throughout the surgery. From there, we will strategically place your incisions depending on your unique needs.

For example, if you possess large breasts and need to remove an ample amount of extra tissue, we will use an anchor incision, cutting around the nipple, down the front of the breast and along the breast crease. If your breasts are smaller and don’t need as much tissue removed, we may be able to create a simple vertical incision around the areola and down the front of your breast, resulting in a quicker recovery period and less scarring. And finally, if your breasts possess more fatty tissue (as opposed to glandular development), we may be able to place tiny, well-hidden incisions, through which we will perform gentle liposuction to remove the extra volume.

Once the incisions have been made, our leading breast surgeons will remove extra fat, tissue and skin from the area, artistically sculpting smaller and more manageable breasts. In many cases, we may also reposition the nipple to ensure an outcome that looks as natural as possible. From there, we will close the incisions with the utmost care to minimize the appearance of your scars once the area is fully healed.

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  • Waiting Area of the Roxbury Institute
  • Dr. Amron
Roxbury Dermatology and Multispecialty Practice


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